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After dad Mammootty, Dulquer Salmaan also gets UAE Golden Visa

Malayalam actor Dulquer Salmaan is the latest Indian personality to be honoured with a UAE Golden Visa introduced in 2019 by UAE government

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Malayalam actor Dulquer Salmaan, who is known for his excellent performance in superhit movies like Karwaan, Charlie among many others, was today conferred with the prestigious 10-year Golden Visa by the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi).

The Golden Visa program was introduced in 2019 by the UAE Government. The long-term residence visa, valid for 10 years, enables foreign national recipients to live, work and study in Abu Dhabi without the need of a national sponsor and with 100% ownership of their business in the UAE’s mainland.

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Expressing his gratitude over receiving the Golden Visa, Dalqueer said, “It’s a privilege and honour to receive the Golden Visa. It was wonderful to hear the future plans of the Abu Dhabi Government to promote film and production activities and encourage new talent locally and internationally.”

At the ceremony held in Abu Dhabi, HE Saood Al Hosani, Undersecretary of the DCT Abu Dhabi, presented the Golden Visa to Salmaan. Last month, Dulquer Salmaan’s father, the 70-year-old Mammootty also received his UAE Golden Visa, which was conferred to him at the same time as Malayalam cinema’s other superstar, Mohanlal. He is the fourth actor from Malayalam industry to receive the 10-year Golden Visa.

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