Tuesday, 19 May , 2020     |     3398      |      +      |     

UAE welcomes return of foreign nationals from first June

UAE welcomes return of foreign nationals from first June : gulftoday.ae
  • Coronavirus

The move is aimed at streamlining their safe return to the UAE

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) and the Federal Authority For Identity and Citizenship (ICA) Monday said foreign nationals holding valid residence visa can return to the UAE starting June 1st.


Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MoFAIC) and ICA in a joint statement on Tuesday said the decision stems from the UAE’s keenness to enable those holding valid residence visas to get reunited with their families after having been affected by the precautionary measures taken under the current exceptional circumstances to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

80% of WHOs COVID-19 aid launched from UAE through IHC

Youngest COVID 19 patient makes full recovery at Al Zahra Hospital Dubai

“The move is aimed at streamlining their safe return to the UAE,” added the statement.

In the meantime, ICA called on those holding valid residence visas and wishing to return to the UAE to register in the service entitled ” Residents’ Entry Permit”, via its website: smartservices.ica.gov.ae.

Kuwait Today Business Subscription

Keywords:
Category: #Coronavirus | 2020/05/19 latest update at 4:50 PM
Source : gulftoday.ae | Photocredit : gulftoday.ae
3399
Comments Add comment

Latest Comments


  
  LinkedIn Gulf Media

Sponsored Publications


Related Articles

The editorial staff of Kuwait Media would like to give all of its readers from Gulf and Kuwait and the whole world the opportunity to participate actively in the development of the website! If you have something interesting, fun, scandalous - just something worth to be seen from more people. Capture it and share it in the Kuwait Today with a short text.

Do you have information you want to reach our readers?

Send article/s

You can subscribe to our Facebook, Twitter and Google pages or use our RSS feed channel to always read the most important news about Kuwait, the Gulf and the world.


Latest searches in Kuwait Today