EIDA launches new e-forms for National ID cards in UAE
The Emirates Identity Authority (EIDA) has launched its new e-form for National ID card registration at more than 531 typing centres across the UAE. The old form is no longer valid.
Clarifying this issue, Emirates ID said that e-form comprises 21 digits beginning with 8002 and is available at www.emiratesid.gov.ae and the approved typing centres. The website also carries a list of approved offices available on its website.
The Emirates ID indicated that applicants can visit its website and apply for ID card by filling up the new e-form in 10 simple steps which would take less than 10 minutes On using online form, applicant can save the fee of Dh.30 otherwise paid at the typing centre.
EIDA further said that typing centres can use the new e-form only on obtaining permission from the authority, and failing to do so, will make the application invalid and typing centre will be accountable for this.
Emirates ID has called upon all typing centres and companies that require the new e-form to call on 600530003 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Emirates ID added that it recently approved about 400 typing centres in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah. During first phase of the project, 131 typing centres were approved in Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah, Umm Al Quwain and Fujairah. With new typing centres, the total number of approved centres touches 531 in number.
Posted on 3/9/2013
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