Our Tax Residency Certification service is designed to assist individuals and businesses in determining their tax residency status in accordance with the relevant tax laws and regulations. We understand that tax residency can be a complex and confusing area, which is why our team of experienced tax professionals are here to provide expert guidance and support.

For multinational businesses that operate in different tax regimes, double taxation and its avoidance are major concerns. Double Tax Avoidance Agreements (DTAAs) signed by the UAE, KSA, and other GCC countries allow firms to avoid double taxation.

The Tax Residency Certificate (TRC) or Residency Certificate is an official document that is issued by a country's tax authority to tax residents who meet the residency criteria under its domestic Income Tax Law based on Residency Regulations. As a condition of the DTAA, TRC must be obtained in order to claim any benefits associated with lower or no taxes in the country of origin or residence.

The UAE Ministry of Finance (MoF) issues Tax Residency Certificates (TRC), also known as Tax Domicile Certificates, which are proof that a company or individual is tax-paying in the UAE.

Tax Residency Certificates can be obtained by corporations and residents, but individuals can only apply for them if they have lived in the UAE for 180 days or more. In order to apply for a Tax Residency Certificate, certain documents are required, such as copies of the passport and Emirates ID, a valid Residence Permit, and bank statements.

Individuals and companies can benefit from DTAAs. Our team of experts have multiple years of experience managing Double Tax Avoidance Agreements and can ease the process for individuals or companies to obtain the Tax Residency Certificate. By leveraging their expertise, you can gain clarity on tax treaty provisions and utilize them to your advantage.
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