When a business requires an amendment or renewal of company certificate of registration, there are quite a number of procedures to be followed. These matters are primarily concerned with the issues of incorporating a new company, the addition of new partners, extension of partnership, merger or acquisition, etc. The procedures involved in these matters depend on the laws and regulations of each jurisdiction in which the business is incorporated.
It is very important to get the legal opinion of an Australian Company Registration Facilitator before taking up matters related to company registration. This is because there are various administrative formalities to be completed before the business can get started. For instance, a company director needs to send a Memorandum of Association to the Companies Registry of India and then to the Ministry of Justice of the country where he/she intends to register the company. This process needs to be followed up by submission of Articles of Association to the Companies Registry of India, the payment of requisite fees to the Registry, submission of annual return to the Registry, issue of certificate of Registration of the company, and the payment of an administrative fee. The process may be lengthy in some cases.
Companies that need to get their visa numbers renewed or an amendment to their corporate seals should consider the option of registering their businesses in Dubai or use. Companies that operate in Dubai have the benefit of being able to enjoy the tax benefits available to them through the Dubai Corporations Act, which is a part of the Dubai Business Development Corporation (DBD). Similarly, it is highly beneficial to Indian businesses wishing to procure work permit for the purposes of doing business in UAE. In the case of an Indian company, one also has the option of applying for an exception from the restriction imposed on the company by the law on multi-national operations. A company that operates in the United Arab Emirates cannot have its name to represent the same company in any other foreign country, except in accordance with the terms of service provided for in the relevant foreign company registering agreement.
Obtaining an exit visa or a leave visa is a very important step towards doing business in UAE. These are different from the normal type of visas available. They are visas that are granted by the Government of the United Arab Emirates after the expiry of a six month stay in the country. An exit visa will facilitate the ease of doing business in the country for a business owner who has already obtained a commercial licence. However, this is not necessary if you are looking for an immigration card.
Companies that require a leave visa generally need to obtain a new visa before commencing operations in the United Arab Emirates. A new leave visa is a separate document from the ordinary passport that is required to travel outside of the country. Obtaining a new visa can take several months. Therefore, a company that requires a leave visa needs to start its operations in UAE as soon as possible.
Companies that are starting or expanding their business services should start applying for a visa before completing any transactions with their new partner or customers. It is also advisable to approach the authorities early to request an adjustment to the date of your visa. Most business services providers in Dubai have a team in the relevant department responsible for processing requests. If you apply early, you will be able to get an extension or amendment to your existing business visa.
The process of applying for an amendment or renewal of a business visa to the UAE can take some time. In addition to writing the application and handing it over to the relevant officials, you will also be required to submit documents proving your business activities in the country. This might include business permits and contracts that provide proof that you have acquired the necessary permits. Such documentation can be copies of contracts that have been drawn up in both English and Arabic.
You will need to submit such documents at the designated Dubai Company Registration office. Once all the necessary documents are received, they will be evaluated by the Dubai Migration and Customs Department. The results of the evaluation will determine whether your request will be accepted or rejected. The outcome of the evaluation will also affect the fees you will be required to pay. Businesses that have applied for extensions to their visas in Dubai are automatically granted the extensions. However, if the company is still unable to meet the demands of the immigration authorities in the UAE, they may be required to apply for a new visa.