What is Company Registration in Sharjah?
In the United Arab Emirates, Sharjah is among the most developed Emirates, the trading activities conducted in Sharjah accounting for more than 45% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product.
Sharjah offers great opportunities to foreign investors being the only Emirate with access to ports in the Arabian Gulf’s eastern and western coasts, and access to the Indian Ocean and direct connections to North Africa.
In Sharjah, there is an opportunity of opening various type of companies by the foreign investors such as limited liability companies, branch offices, joint stock companies, and subsidiaries. They may also set up sole proprietorships.
Advantage Company Registration in Sharjah?
To register a company in Sharjah, certain requirements must be met by the foreign investors.
In Sharjah, Foreign investor may open a company if 51% of the company is owned by UAE national.
However, in free zones full foreign ownership is allowed. In Sharjah, foreign companies may also open branches.
Here are the following type of licenses which are required to register a business in Sharjah Depending on the type of company:
In Sharjah, It is required for foreign investors to satisfy the legal requirements of the UAE Companies Law before starting operations.
Here are the following steps to register a company in Sharjah:
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