7. Unchallenged Laws
If you have the wrong passport or you are the wrong sex in the wrong place at the wrong time, you may experience hardship and unfair treatment. This reality is generally not talked about, and certainly not challenged – and for some it is unpalatable.
8. Dealing with Real Estates and Landlords can be Tricky
Rents on apartments must be paid in full and up-front. Some companies will cover this for their employees and then deduct amounts monthly from their wages. Real estates can be difficult to work with. It’s better to find a place by word-of-mouth and then go directly to the property or engage a real estates to handle matters thereafter. An agent is required to complete a rental agreement.
9. Red Tape Bureaucracy
Red tape and ever changing business laws makes it difficult for anyone. It takes quite a lot of time to get your legal work done in Dubai. The legal processes are really long and nerve wrecking. It will be important to have a sympathetic and informed employer, as well as expat and local friends who can help you make sense of the red tape you have to unravel.
10. Difficult to find Job in Dubai
Due to large number of expats and very high competition finding a job in Dubai is difficult. The offices are always packed and you do not get to find any vacancy for years. Dubai is usually known for high salaries and high living standards that’s how many expats from all over the world came in Dubai to make their fortune.