What can I do if I failed se­cu­rity re­quire­ments to run a busi­ness in UAE?

7 Days in Dubai - - LETTERS -

As a Le­banese na­tional liv­ing in the UAE for over 30 years and em­ployed as an ex­ec­u­tive un­til this year, I fi­nally de­cided to part­ner with a lo­cal gen­tle­man and es­tab­lish a com­pany. To my as­ton­ish­ment, and after ap­ply­ing through the eco­nomic de­part­ment for the nec­es­sary ap­provals, I was de­nied per­mis­sion to be­come a part­ner as I did not pass the se­cu­rity re­quire­ments al­though I have a res­i­dence visa and had one for over 25 years and my record is ab­so­lutely clean. Can some­one please as­sist in guid­ing me on how to rec­tify this issue as I am hap­pily liv­ing with my fam­ily here in Dubai. Thank you. Mar­wan Dubai hu­mans, but no hu­man­ity any­more. This has noth­ing to do with “he is just a dog”, this case is an­other blam­ing for us, for hu­mans and how we treat our four-legged res­i­dents. There is no ex­cuse, not from any cul­ture, re­li­gion or na­tion­al­ity. We all are guilty if an an­i­mal - which lives be­tween us - has to suf­fer like this. At this point and right now I am deeply ashamed about the hu­man race. Crispy was found on Tues­day June 28 and died on Sun­day July 3. Eve­lyn Priess UAE

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