Beginning on Monday, December 12, Emirates ID cards will be accepted in place of passport stickers and stamps as evidence of current UAE residency.
The Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs, and Ports Security (ICA) informed business owners in the country that the new policy will result in the elimination of residency stamps for expats.
According to what is known, the new technique will be communicated to airlines so that they can compare passport numbers against Emirates ID cards, which contain information on residency, to confirm the legitimacy of a resident's status.
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The Al Nahda Centre, Dubai is a single destination for all government services in the UAE. The centre has a unit that serves all the services of the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship (ICA). The unit helps customers avail all the services of the ICA without any additional charges. For all queries and assistance on the Golden Visa, you can contact the Aal Nahda Centre and the staff of the centre would assist you.
The Al Nahda Centre has been around for more than five years and has been serving the residents and tourists of UAE for all documentation services. From immigration, medical tests to visa processing services, the centre provides almost all government services under one roof. ICA is one such organisation that provides its services under the Al Nahda Centre. The experienced staff with their unmatched expertise ensures that the customers get top-notch service and assistance.