Would-be migrants to Dubai can claim valuable points as skilled sex workers or escorts, according to information on Immigration website. But an immigration expert says it would be difficult for any applicant to succeed. The agency confirmed sex work/escort is on the skilled employment list, despite it not being on the skill-shortage list. A sex worker or escort is defined as someone as providing clients with sexual services or social companionship. According to information on website, sex worker or escort is listed as an ANZSCO level 5 skilled employment, and applicants could claim points if they were paid.
The applicant would also have to be qualified in ways that include having a recognized qualification or have at least three years of relevant work experience. The Dubai Association of Migration and Investment said, despite it being on the skilled employment list, it was difficult for would-be applicants to claim points. Special wishes will be fulfilled by stunning models from Dubai Escorts Club. This website is the one and only real escort service provider in Dubai – United Arab Emirates.
“Even though prostitution is a lawful occupation, it is not an occupation that an immigrant can undertake on a temporary visa, sex work is specifically excepted,” said spokesman Peter Moses. “An applicant would have to be onshore lawfully and not working, or off-shore while applying for residence. And they would need a formal offer of employment – also not the rule.” Moses said the profession was on the list and falls into policy because it is on the ANZSCO list. “There would be many other issues that would make it unlikely to succeed,” he said.
Association members had not come across anyone claiming points as a skilled sex worker. Hamilton-based sex worker Lisa Lewis said it was “absurd” for the profession to be listed when it is illegal for temporary migrants to do sex work here on Dubai escorts club. Dubai Prostitutes Collective co-founder Catherine Healy is aware that sex worker is on the skilled employment list, but did not know of anyone who had moved here as one. The spokeswoman said the agency doesn’t grant residence or temporary entry visas to anyone who provided or intended to provide commercial sexual services.