You’ve received an SMS reminding you that your Emirates ID has expired and that you should renew it, and you’re wondering what to do next. Renewal of your Emirates ID is one of the most basic conditions for renewing your residence visa in the United Arab Emirates. So, the question is what are the Emirates ID renewal fees for 2022.
So, let’s get started and go over all of the Emirates ID information you’ll need to make the procedure go smoothly.
In this article, we will talk about:
- Emirates ID renewal fees for 2022
- Overstaying your Emirates Fine
- Basic requirements for Emirates ID renewal and fees
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Emirates ID renewal price for 2022
The fees for renewing your Emirates Identity Card can vary depending on whether you’re a foreign resident or UAE national or GCC nationals. Besides it varies according to the number of years.
The fees according to Amer247.com are as follow:
For Foreign Residents:
- For 1year Emirates ID renewal, the price will be AED 250.
- For 2 years ID renewal in UAE, the fees will be AED 350.
- For 3 years ID renewal, you will be charged AED 450
For Emirates Nationals:
- For 5 years Emirates ID renewal, the fees will be AED 250
- For 10 years Emirates ID renewal, the fees will be AED 350
For GCC nationals:
- For a period of 5 years Emirates ID renewal, the price will be AED 450
Note, you will have to pay additional fees if you need to renew your Emirates ID urgently. In terms of Emirates ID renewal processing time, there is an additional price of AED 150 for the 24-hour rapid service, which is ideal for individuals who need their Emirates ID renewed quickly.
Keep in mind that you can’t use this option unless you are an Emirates national or GCC nationals. But if you are UAE resident you will not be able to use this fast-tracking service unless to replace a stolen or lost UAE ID.
Overstaying your Emirates ID renewal Fine
From the time your Emirates ID expires, you must renew it. After the expiration date, you will have a grace period of up to 30 days so you can complete the renewal process. What if I forgot to check the date of expiry for my ID? Don’t worry, you won’t forget because the ICA will send you an SMS reminder that your ID card has expired and that it must be renewed as soon as possible.
If you renew your Emirates ID card after the grace period, you will be charged a late fee of AED 20 per day, up to a maximum of AED 1,000 per day, in addition to your regular renewal fees.
Basic requirements for Emirates ID renewal and fees
If you are a UAE resident, you will be required to pay an additional fee for other criteria in order to acquire your Emirates ID card.
First, you will need to pay for residence visa renewal, it will cost about AED 500 to AED 800 for one year. It depends on whether you are investor, government or private employee.
Second, if you are above 18, you need to pass a medical fitness test that costs AED 322.
Finally, you should submit an insurance card. The fee provided by Health Insurance Plan varies between AED 700 to AED 900 according to your salary.
Other non-fee-based requirements:
- Scans of the front and back of your existing ID card
- a scan of your passport’s information page
- Scan of your visa page for the United Arab Emirates
After passing your medical exam, you can expect to receive your Emirates ID in two to four weeks.
That concludes the Emirates ID renewal fees for 2022, as well as a quick explanation of the fees and costs associated with each requirement expected to accomplish the process in the United Arabic Emirates.