Dubai grants golden residency to imams, preachers and religious researchers Dubai grants golden residency to imams, preachers and religious researchers

Dubai grants golden residency to imams, preachers and religious researchers

Dubai grants golden residency to imams, preachers and religious researchers

The Emirate of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates announced the granting of golden residency to imams of mosques, preachers, muezzins, preachers, muftis and religious researchers, in addition to granting them a financial reward.

According to the Emirati "WAM" news agency, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council, issued an order granting golden residency to imams of mosques, preachers, muezzins, preachers, muftis and religious researchers, who have completed 20 years at the helm of their work in Dubai.

The Crown Prince also instructed “to disburse a financial donation to them on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, in keeping with the annual custom of His Highness, in appreciation of their efforts and their societal role in spreading the tolerant message of Islam, advancing values ​​and morals, and spreading the values ​​of tolerance that characterize the United Arab Emirates.”

It is noteworthy that the golden residency for foreigners, which the UAE began granting since 2019, extends for five or ten years, and is automatically renewed when the same conditions are met, for certain categories such as investors, entrepreneurs, those with specialized talents, the outstanding, and other categories determined by the state.

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  1. Heartfelt Congratulations!

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