How can Pakistan and Indian Nationals Avoid Fines for Late Renewal of Emirates ID Cards?

Emirates ID cards are essential documents for an individual who is currently living in the UAE. officials will impose heavy fines if they find anyone without or with an expired Emirates ID card.

The cards should be recharged within 30 days of the termination date; if not, there will be a fine of 20 dirhams each day, up to 1,000 dirhams.

The meeting was conducted to determine punishment for late renewing their Emirates ID cards after the cutoff time, as indicated by the Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs and Ports Security (ICP) of the United Arab Emirates.

In social media posts, the ICP pronounced that people who fit into any of the three classes — Pakistani, Indian, or UAE nationals — won’t be punished for late renewals. Individuals listed below are pardoned from paying the fines:

  • An individual whose card’s validity lapsed after the date of takeoff and who left the UAE and spent over 90 days abroad.
  • An individual whose visa has been seized because of pending cases, or whose identity card has terminated after they were extradited because of a court order, administrative decision, or judicial ruling, for however long this is recorded with a letter or receipt from the relevant authorities who suspended their forthcoming cases or deported them.
  • An individual who didn’t get an identity card during the time they were standing by to accept their UAE nationality and family book.

The accompanying moves should be initiated assuming that the client squeezes into one of the classes free from being required to pay late expenses:

  • Utilizing the smart service system to apply for the service.
  • Encasing the essential documents to get help and seeking after the application
  • Acquiring the application’s result — approval or rejection — and thus presenting the ID card application.

Also Read: UAE Passport Climbs to 11th on 2024 Henley & Partner’s Passport Index

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