The UAE launched the Golden Visa last year to increase investment in the country and increase the number of outsourced, talented and capable people. Thanks to this, individuals get permanent residency, they and their families get extraordinary benefits. This visa is very popular all over the world, however, many important conditions have to be fulfilled to get it. That is why so far only a few thousand people from all over the world have been able to obtain these five- or ten-year residence visas. Obtaining this visa is considered a great honor. Because of this, the people who get this visa are very popular. Now a Pakistani citizen has also joined the lucky ones to get a Golden Visa.
According to Khaleej Times, the UAE government has also issued a 10-year golden visa to a Pakistani doctor Siraj Ahmed Khatri. Lucky Golden Visa recipient Dr Siraj has been living in the UAE for the past seven years. He was awarded the visa for outstanding performance in the field of medicine. Dr. Siraj Khatri, who lives in Ras Al Khaimah with his wife and 2-year-old daughter, is posted as General Physician at Al-Zahrawi Hospital. He has been on duty at the Corona Isolation Ward for the past several months.
In his statement on the issuance of Golden Visa by the UAE Government, Dr. Siraj said, “I am very happy, I thank the UAE Government for their tireless work in granting me this wonderful visa. Golda Visa is a very precious gift for me and my family. Dr. Siraj was born in Matli, a small town in Sindh Province. He received his medical education from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Karachi, after which he underwent medical training at Zia-ud-Din Hospital, Karachi. Dr. Siraj was married to Pakistani woman Samia Akhtar a few years ago. She has a two-year-old daughter, and Samia is about to give birth to another child, which will add to the family’s happiness.