16.5.16

Emirates ID Card Holder Duties - Things to do






1) keep it safe,Carry the card always with you and produce whenever required

2) Do not erase,amend,tamper or stick anything on the Emirates ID card

3) Report any change in your details of the card to the EIDA department within one month .

4) if the card us lost report it within 7 days

5) at last but not the least if you find an ID card please hand it to the EIDA service center or nearest police station. 

18.12.08

Last date for Registration



According to the new schedule, the registration of expatriates working in the government sector and all professional expatriates (Category 1) will continue till February 28, 2009

18.11.08

Dates to remember



Category 1
Until February 28, 2009

Expatriates working in the government sector and all professional expatriates

- Category 2
From March 1 to June 18.

Students and administrative staff in the private sector (translators, secretaries, typists, storekeepers, receptionists).

- Category 3
From June 20 to September 30

Private and public transport drivers, and unskilled or semi-skilled workers in the private sector like housemaids, cleaners, farmers, fishermen, security guards, watchmen and all other unannounced workers except Group 4.

- Category 4

From October 1, 2009 to December 31, 2010
Construction workers in the private sector

What is Emirates ID card





The Emirates ID card is an electronic means of identification that EIDA undertakes to issue for all population of U.A.E. It is mandatory for each national or expatriate person above 15 years old.

Coupled with sophisticated technological features, EmiratesID card is a safe and fine means for identification of persons and verification of their identities. It contains an ID number that links every individual to his/her own personal and biological lifetime data. The number in question serves as a reference for the respective individual in his/her identity-proved transactions with government bodies and some private organizations.

It is expected that the ID card would, later,replace all currently applicable other identification means such as labor permit, health card,driving license, etc

Who should take ID Card


• All Residents working for government (federal/local) and semi-government and their family members

• All professional and graduate residents working for the private sectors such as

1) Directors

2) Managers

3) Consultants

4) Specialists

5) Doctors

6) Teachers

7) Engineers

8) Journalist

9) PRO’s

10) Accountants

11)Financial experts

12) IT professionals

13) Technicians

14) Programmers

15 )And their family members

The last date to take emirates id card is
28-feb-2009.

How To Apply


1. Filling the Pre-Registration form at the typing centers within their Registration Center

or

Buy Pre-Registration form from Emirates Post Centers at a cost of 40 AED

or

Download a form filling software free of charge from their website www.emiratesid.ae

or

Download from here: Pre-Registration Application -link 1

Download from here: Pre-Registration Application - link 2

Download from here: Pre-Registration Application - link 3

Download from here: Pre-Registration Application - link 4

Download from here: Pre-Registration Application - link 5

You need Adobe acrobat Reader and Java SE Runtime Environment for this software to work.

Download from here: Adobe Acrobat

Download from here: Java SE Runtime Environment 6.0

2. Visiting in person the Registration center with the following documents:

UAE Nationals
- Pre-Registration Form (With 2D barcodes)
- Original Valid Passports
- Original Family Book

Residents
- Pre-Registration Form (With 2D barcodes)
- Original Valid Passport, with
- Valid Residency permit

GCC Citizens
- Pre-Registration Form (With 2D barcodes)
- Original Valid Passport, with
- Document to proof residency in UAE (valid work certificate, or certified and valid lease / ownership of real state)

Note:
• Children’s below 2-years must be present at the Registration Center along with 2 Personal Photos (5.5X4.5) size, with light-blue Background
• Colored contact lenses or Hand Henna (for ladies) are not allowed; Traditional-wear based on applicant nationality is preferred