Indian businessperson Rizwan Sajan, originator and director Danube Group, joins the rundown of business people from the UAE to be issued the long haul 10-year residency visa.
On Thursday, the very rich person representative who has lived in the nation for a long time, got his international ID in the workplace of Major-General Mohammad Ahmad Al Merri, executive general of GDRFA, with the new home visa stepped.
He is purportedly the fourth representative to get the long haul residency visa.
On May 22, two other Indian businesspeople – Vasu Shroff, administrator Regal Group of Companies and Khushi Khatwani, overseeing chief, Khushi Group of organizations and Al Nisr Cinema Film got their long haul visas.
Addressing Gulf News in a phone talk with, Sajan respected the move and expressed gratitude toward the UAE government for perceiving his endeavors towards the ventures he made in the nation.
“I came here with nothing and all that I have accomplished has been in the place where there is UAE. The benefits earned from my organizations have all been reinvested in the UAE as I have tremendous trust and confidence in the manner this nation energizes business people like me,” said Sajan.
“The 10-year visa is a reaffirmation of the UAE government’s energy about our endeavors,” he said.
Sajan said he is enthusiastically anticipating the “Brilliant Residency”.
Danube Group was built up by Sajan. The organization began as a little exchanging firm. Moving from solidarity to-quality, the organization has built up itself as one of the main players in the structure materials business. In 2015, the organization recorded a turnover of Dh5.14 billion and has been developing from that point onward. The organization has broadened from its fundamental business to build up Danube Home.