Dr. Rabindra Yadav, a Nepali citizen from Biratnagar, working in the UAE has received a golden visa. Dr. Yadav has been working as a dermatologist at Burjeel Hospital in Abu Dhabi, UAE for the past 4 years.
After completing his studies, he worked for some time as a co-medical director at Novell Medical College. In 2002, he also served as the Eastern Regional Director of the Torture Victims Concern Center.
Dr. Yadav who came to UAE in 2013 is a dermatologist. Entering the health sector in UAE from Al Noor Hospital in Al Ain. Yadav is currently working at Burjeel Hospital.
Dr. Yadav completed his MBBS from Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Maharajgunj. Yadav was an MD from Banaras Hindu University, Baranasi, India.
He is also a member of the Association of Cutaneous Surgeons of India, Life Member of the Indian Society of Cosmetic Dermatology, Member of the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine and International Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology.
The UAE government has been issuing golden visas or permanent residency for investors and for exceptional workers in the fields of health, engineering, science and art. Among them, doctors, teachers involved in the teaching profession, teachers, scientists, professional personalities, artists have been given golden visas. The validity of the visa is 10 years.