A 10-year-old Indian student is the latest resident to be given a UAE Golden Visa putting her in the same company as Cristiano Ronaldo!
Tasneem Aslam is an Indian student studying in Sharjah and has been recognised for her ‘merit and excellent academic credentials.’
“This is one of the best moments in my life. I feel privileged to achieve this and I am thankful to Almighty Allah. My parents ‘support has been enormous, and Insha Allah I hope to sponsor them in the near future,” she told Khaleej Times.
She’s currently studying Islamic Sharia at Al Qasimia University in Sharjah. And she topped her class with a grade point average (GPA) of 3.94 on 4.
She’s also memorised the Quran, helps her Dad at his typing center, and also the social media account of Zahaar perfumes.
So it’s fair to say she’s a bit over-qualified for any jobs at DubaiLAD, haha!
The UAE Golden Visa is a new system launched in 2019 that vies long-term residence to those living here. It’s given to investors, entrepreneurs, individuals with outstanding talents the likes of researchers, medical professionals and those within the scientific and knowledge fields, and remarkable students.
And Tasneem is now part of a very cool line up of people with a Golden Visa including Emirates boss Tim Clark, Cristiano Ronaldo and Novak Djokovic!
Congratulations! What an amazing achievement so young.