Abu Dhabi — His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on Monday issued Cabinet Resolution No. 62 of 2017 updating fees for services provided by the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship.
The resolution amends fees for the authority’s digital attestation and e-link services. The resolution stipulates that Dh5 will be charged per application, if less than 500,000 applications are received for digital attestation and e-link services. A Dh4 fee will be charged per application if the applications received exceed 500,000 and are less than one million, while a fee of Dh3 will be levied for each application if the total applications exceed one million and are less than 1.5 million. Meanwhile, a fee of Dh2 will be charged for each application if applications are more than 1.5 million.
The resolution exempts local and federal government bodies from the aforementioned fees. In Article No. 3, the resolution sets a subscription fee of Dh25,000 for receiving the digital attestation and e-link online portal services.
The resolution comes into effect 30 days after it is published in the Official Gazette.
Shaikh Mohammad also issued Cabinet Resolution No. 61 of 2017 pertaining to procedures and fees of the notary public.
As per the resolution, the notary public office should place a sign, in Arabic and English, that lists the fees for services provided by the office. The sign must be placed in a location where it can easily be seen and list the fees as per the schedule attached to the resolution. The Minister of Justice is tasked with issuing the necessary decisions for implementing this resolution, which will come into effect 30 days after it is published in the Official Gazette.