You can’t live or work in Dubai without declaring your citizenship. The rules for the city’s citizens, expatriates and migrant workers are the same as for any other country. But for new residents, there are a few things you need to know about declaring your citizenship status. You must provide proof that you are a citizen of Dubai. This might be by birth certificate, passport or other official documents. However, some people may ask for additional evidence such as a UAE ID card or a translation of your original passport pages showing your date of birth and citizenship. If you have any doubts about whether or not someone is an Emirates citizen, they will usually be asked to produce identification.
How to Declare your UAE Citizenship in Dubai
You can apply to the authorities in your country of origin to have your birth certificate attestation translated into Arabic and then brought to Dubai. You can also bring the original to the “Registration Office”. There are a few options open to you. You can either obtain a copy of the birth certificate in Arabic, have it notarized and have it delivered to the “Registration Office”. The cost of this service is around Dh100.00. If the original is not available, you can also have a notary public draw up a translation of the certificate, which is Dh40.00. The “Registration Office” will check the accuracy of the certificate and give you a stamp in the book that states that you were born in Dubai. You can then take this to the “Immigration Department” where you will be issued with a UAE travel visa.
What is a UAE ID Card?
A UAE ID card is a document which is issued to every UAE national. It is a permanent proof of identity and can be used to enter any government office, Department of Passports and National ID System (NDID). The card is the same for men and women, and it is issued at the same time as the citizenship certificate. It can be used to get services such as Public Service Vehicle (PSV) numbers, drivers license, and even access the military bases. Some functions of the card can only be performed using an e-passport, while others can be done with an passport. The card comes with a free smartphone app which can be used to track your travel, receive alerts, check your status, and make payments. It can be used for free for five years after which the user will have to pay Dh100 for every five years until age 50. The card is also renewable for a total of 10 years.
What is Proof of Birth in Dubai?
The first step towards declaring your birth in the UAE is proving your actual birth registration. This can either be a birth certificate or a passport issued by a country other than the one you claim birth. You can find these documents in the Department of Passports at the Dubai International Airport (DIA). Visit a District Centre or one of the many hospital maternity wards. You can find them in all five emirates. The hospital maternity wards are usually not equipped to handle things like DNA testing or birth announcements in multiple languages. A certified translation service can be provided at a price. Once you have the documentation, you will need to bring it to the attention of the District Central Registrar. Once you have the birth certificate, you can apply for your passport. If you are not a UAE national, you will need to apply for a passport from another country. Make sure to get the correct nationality from the source. The passport office at DIA can help with this.
How to Declaration Your Birth Certificate in Dubai
If your claim of citizenship is legitimate, you can simply present the documents to the District Central Registrar. However, if the person you are claiming to be the father of your baby is not the biological father, you will need to provide proof of your relationship with the baby. This can be a birth certificate or a marriage certificate. You can also provide other proof such as UN or International Driving Permit. If you are without a car or a driver’s license, you can present a birth certificate that proves you are the father of the child. The easiest way to get a birth certificate is to go to a District Centre or the nearest hospital maternity ward. All you have to do is present the documents and a certified translation at the time of birth. If you cannot present the document attestation services, you will not be allowed to enter the country.