New fees and fines will be imposed on UAE residents starting July 1

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There are six new restrictions that will take effect in July, ranging from paid parking to new fines in the UAE.

Residents of the United Arab Emirates will be subject to new levies and penalties as of July 1.

In the second part of the year, a number of new levies and laws are scheduled to take effect.

The days appeared to have flown by so quickly, and before we know it, 2024 will be halfway through. Authorities have been busy in the first half of the year implementing judgments and establishing new regulations that have the potential to drastically alter household budgets and the way of life in the Emirates.

There will be several new taxes and regulations that take effect at the start of the second half of the year. Certain insurance rates will go up, and parking may cost extra for residents of six different neighborhoods in Dubai.

Influencers must also be mindful of their relationships and ensure that they are not breaking any new regulations.

6 new restrictions that will take effect in the UAE in July.

In case you missed them, here are the six policies and reforms that will be implemented in the UAE starting in July.

1. Pay parking is available at Dubai Mall.

While exploring the biggest mall in the UAE, keep in mind not to lose track of time! There will be charges for parking in certain locations at Dubai Mall starting on July 1.

The first four hours of parking are free on weekdays, and the first six hours are free on weekends. There will be hourly fees for guests once the free hours have ended. Upon leaving the parking facility, the driver will have to pay the price, which might amount to Dh1,000, directly from their Salik account.

2. Six neighborhoods in Dubai offer paid parking.

Dubai is ensuring there is enough infrastructure in place to meet the population's transportation needs as the city expands quickly.

In keeping with this, six important emirate neighborhoods plan to increase the number of paid parking spots available; premium positions will come at an additional cost. The parking structure, which has approximately 7,000 spaces, will be open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. The new paid parking spots should be operational by the end of July.

3. Compliance audits for Emiratization.

Are you employed by a private business? If so, you may be aware of the Emiratization Target, which mandates that employers with 50 workers or more hire 1 percent more UAE nationals within the previous six months.

As to the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization (Mohre), June 30 is the ultimate deadline for accomplishing the goal.

Companies will be subject to inspections and the imposition of fines for noncompliance starting on July 1. For every Emirati who is not hired this year, there will be a fine of Dh8,000; this will rise by Dh1,000 annually until 2026.

4. An increase in health insurance coverage in the UAE.

Did you have a minimal insurance plan yet want access to top-notch hospitals? Daman Insurance members can now access top-notch hospitals in Abu Dhabi without sacrificing the benefits of their basic plan. When the coverage expands, consumers will be required to pay higher premiums and co-payments.

Although, unless they exceed insurance coverage, basic plan holders often do not have to pay customary additional fees for inpatient and one-day operations, this is about to change. In addition to paying Dh200 for each one-day operation and in-patient service, insurance holders will now have access to the best possible healthcare.

5. Influencers must obtain a license.

Recently, have you seen an influencer on social media promoting a product? Starting on July 1, social media influencers who promote brands or companies without a license risk a fine of up to Dh10,000 as well as the possibility of their business closing.

Through the Tamm platform, social media influencers can apply for a license from the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development. Governmental organizations and advertising agencies that use this service must also obtain a license. Individuals must pay Dh1,250, and businesses must pay Dh5,000 to obtain a license.

The media influencer is exempt from obtaining this license if they share with their followers their daily activities without endorsing any brands or products and without receiving payment.

6. Building categorization in Ajman.

Starting on June 1, the classification will be useful if you are an Ajman building tenant and would like to know the caliber of services provided.

Ajman residents will have access to information regarding the standards and regulations that are met by their building. The buildings will be classified in accordance with international standards over the course of three months.

Following field visits, the results will be directly shown in an electronic system that the public can view in complete openness.

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