Arvin Bastaki known as Seyedmohammad mohammadnia Iranian Musician born on 1983 in bastak.
To live in the UAE you will be able to choose one of seven states; Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al-Quwain, Ras al-Khaimah or Fujairah. Approximately 90% of the country is made up of desert and mountainous areas. The UAE has a subtropical desert climate that gets very hot in summer with an average of more than 40 degrees Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit) in summer.
The UAE is a thriving part of the world, playing an increasingly significant role in international trade and tourism. In some cities of this country, such as Dubai and Abu Dhabi, significant investments have been made in infrastructure, and now skyscrapers and luxury hotels are characteristic of these areas. The official language of the UAE is Arabic, but English is widely spoken and most immigrants living in the UAE have no problem communicating with locals.
The UAE has a very large immigrant community with approximately 50% of the total immigrant population. Among the people living in the UAE, the vast majority (95%) are Muslim.
One of the biggest benefits of living in the UAE is low taxes, and this has a positive effect on the cost of a number of items, including vehicles, electronics and local products. Also, as a result of government subsidies for electricity, water and gas, climate services here are slightly cheaper than in many countries, including Iran.
The cost of living in the UAE is much higher than in Iran. For example, food costs are between 120 and 140 percent higher in Iran or rental costs in Iran are 120 percent lower than in the UAE. It should be noted that the purchasing power of my manager in the UAE is 4 times the purchasing power of the people in Iran, which covers all these exorbitant costs of living in the UAE. Other differences between living in the UAE and Iran:
Immigrants make up more than 70% of the UAE population.
The UAE economy is more dependent on trade than oil.
The UAE has a good road infrastructure and public transport is provided by the Roads and Transportation Authority (RTA).