This is quite complicated to discuss in this forum. You can set up a company in te U.S. and you may qualify for and L-1 intracompany transfer or a direct EB-5. Unfortunately, UAE is not one of the E-1/E-2 visa counties. Please consult with a business immigration lawyer.
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You have several options: it sounds like this business is a good possibility.
We help businesses set these kinds of operations up. We do it in a way that minimizes taxes and protects foreign investors from legal liability. We also set up immigration matters.
The details are too specific to list on this forum. Please get in touch with a lawyer who has experience in setting up cross-border businesses.
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