UAE's Authority for Identity and Citizenship to resume work


The UAE's Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship, ICA, will, as of Sunday, resume its services to customers, reports local media.

As of Sunday, the Authority will start receiving applications for renewal of ID cards and visas applications that expired during March and April - the COVID-19 lockdown period, reports Gulf News.

For applications that expired in in May, it will begin accepting them on 8th August.

As for visas and ID cards that expired in June and between July 1-11, the Authority will receive applications from September 10 until the end of the month without restrictions to a specific date.

"The ICA has urged everyone to take advantage of the smart services it provides, respond and adhere to the above time-plan to achieve the requirements for spatial distance across all stages of providing and presenting the service and to avoid administrative fines", noted the newspaper when reporting on the ICA statement.

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