What services are not subject to the Dh100 smart services fee? ICP explains Dubai: The Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs and Ports Security has announced a Dh100 increase in service fees. If you intend to apply for an Emirates ID, a residence visa, or a visit visa in the UAE, you should take this into consideration (ICP).
The following services are exempt from the addition of Dh100 to all services under the item “Smart Services Fees,” according to a statement on ICP’s smart services platform: A. Services for citizens (passports, identity card issuance, renewal, and replacement, family book services); B. Services offered by ICP service centers; C. Services completely free of charge. Therefore, the service will reflect the updated fees if you plan to apply for an ICP service through the official e-services platform, https://smartservices.icp.gov.ae/.
What Occurs If I Submit An Application Via A Typing Centre? Due to the fact that the centers are registered with ICP, the fee increase will also apply if you apply for the service through one of the UAE’s typing centers.
ICP smart service fees for services like residency visas, tourist visas, and Emirates ID have increased by Dh100, according to Sirajudeen Umer, Business Development Manager at Supreme Business Services, who spoke to Gulf News.
“All Emirates ID will be subject to the increase in ICP’s smart service fee. Additionally, it applies to visas for permanent residence and travels to the UAE’s other seven emirates: Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Sharjah, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, and Umm Al Quwain” said Sirajudeen Umer, Business Development Manager at Supreme Business Services. The service fees will also be charged when you pay visa overstay fines or apply for a UAE visit visa from outside the country, according to Shafiq Muhammad, Chief Supervisor at Horizon Gate Government Transactions Centre.“Fees for applying for and renewing an Emirates ID, paying an overstay fine, and applying for a visa from outside or inside the UAE have all gone up by Dh100. For instance, the cost of a two-year Emirates ID, including our service charge, was Dh285. It is currently Dh385, said Shafiq Muhammad, Chief Supervisor at Horizon Gate Government Transactions Centre.