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GDRFA smart services to come online
BY MATOVU ABDALLAH TWAHA October 11, 2017
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DUBAI: The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai (GDRFA-Dubai) inaugurated the new “Amer centre – Al Taresh Government services” in Al Kifaf centre, with promises to open 30 more such kiosks transacting services of other government departments.

The centre was opened by the Director General of GDRFA-Dubai, Maj Gen Mohammed Ahmed Al Marri, in the presence of the Director General of Dubai Municipality, Hussain Lootah, the Director General of the Dubai Land Department, Sultan Bin Butti Bin Mejren, among other dignitaries.

OTHER DEPARTMENTS

General Al Marri said the new centre will “provide a range of services and transactions for a number of government institutions and departments in Dubai, including the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai, Emirates Identity Authority, Dubai Municipality and Dubai Health Authority.”

He said the new centre is a part of the plan to develop and expand “Amer services” and “more will be opened according to the need of areas, which expected to reach 30 centres across the emirate as a model centers to deliver smart services.

“The new services centre provides residency services and entry permits, such as issuing entry permits, issuing residency visa, renewing, visa cancellation and other related services provided by other government institutions and departments.”
 

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