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ABU DHABI: The national identity card registration deadline for residents of Abu Dhabi ends tomorrow and the delay fees will be applied from the next day.

The fee for delay in registering for or renewing the Emirates ID card is Dh20 per day, with a maximum of Dh1,000.

In the case of renewal of the ID card, the delay fee will be imposed from 30 days after the expiry date.

The deadline for reporting any change in the details in ID card is also 30 days after the date the change happened.

The starting date fixed for imposing the delay fee for not registering for or renewing the ID cards for Abu Dhabi residents is April 1 and for Dubai residents, it is June 1.

The Emirates Identity Authority (Eida) has reiterated its call to Abu Dhabi residents to register for the ID cards or renew their expired cards as soon as possible.

The authority emphasised that filling out an e-form at a typing centre or through its website would help the customers to avoid the announced delay fee.

It called on customers to visit the registration centres to complete the procedures, as per the deadline dates, which appear in the electronic forms they filled.

Earlier, the authority had exempted the holders of residence visas which would expire before December 31, 2012 in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah from the deadlines set for each emirate, provided that this category would register by the time of renewal of their residence visas.

It also called on the employees of private companies operating within the free zones in Abu Dhabi and Dubai to register for the ID card or renew their expired cards before the end of the deadline set for each emirate.

As far as national and resident children below 15 years are concerned, the authority underlined the necessity for this category all over the UAE to register before October 1, 2012.

The deadline given to Abu Dhabi residents came as part of a schedule announced in September 2011 for completing registration of all UAE population, the Emirates Identity said, calling for Dubai residents not to wait till June 1 to register.

The authority pointed out that the population register is a strategic national project aimed at enhancing the national and individual security, keeping an accurate population register, supporting decision-making and providing innovated online services.

Dr Ali Mohamed Al Khouri, Director-General of Eida, said the authority printed some 1.4 million new and renewed ID cards in 70 days between January and March 10 this year.

Printing these many cards reflected the growing demand for registering in the population register and ID card system and renewing expired ID cards as shown by the huge number of customers who thronged the typing centres or visited the authority’s website to fill out registration forms, particularly with the forthcoming the registration and renewal deadlines in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

Dr Al Khouri noted that the government and semi-government entities have adopted the ID card as a key document for benefiting from their services, and this played a major role in raising the number of registrants and the issued and renewed ID cards.

From 2005 to March 18 this year, about 6.2 million people have registered in the population register.

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