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Get an eGate Card for Dubai & Abu Dhabi
Frequent travellers entering and exiting from Dubai International Airport do not need to wait in a long queue to get a passport stamped, if they use an eGate Card. You head to the eGate, swipe your card, touch the panel to match your fingerprint and you are through in 5-10 seconds, saving you valuable time.
 
The eGate Card, issued by the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs - Dubai (DNRD), in association with the Department of Civil Aviation, allows passengers quicker access through the immigration process at Dubai Airport, Abu Dhabi Airport and Al Ain Airport. More UAE airports will be added later.
 
Criteria and Documents for eGate Card
New eGate card holder’s presence
Original passport (with at least 6 month’s validity).
You must be either a UAE citizen or an expatriate holding a resident visa.
Passport photograph

Procedure and Fee
 
Submit documents and do a finger-print ID. This procedure takes only about 5-10 minutes. Pay AED 200 per card.
 
Validity of Card
 
The eGate Card is valid for two years. A similar procedure and fees are required for renewal.
Availability of eGate Card 
  1. Dubai Airport
  2. Abu Dhabi Airport and Al Ain Airport
  3. Dubai, Abu Dhabi & Al Ain Naturalization Departments
  4. From DNRD Jebel Ali Branch
  5. DNRD Abu Hail Office
  6. DNATA Dubai Airline Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road. Call 04-3166966 for information.
  7. With an HSBC-Etihad Credit Card
 

Published Date : 31/05/2011

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Get an eGate Card for Dubai & Abu Dhabi

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31/05/2011

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Frequent travellers entering and exiting from Dubai International Airport do not need to wait in a long queue to get a passport stamped, if they use an eGate Card. You head to the eGate, swipe your card, touch the panel to match your fingerprint and you are through in 5-10 seconds, saving you valuable time.
 
The eGate Card, issued by the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs - Dubai (DNRD), in association with the Department of Civil Aviation, allows passengers quicker access through the immigration process at Dubai Airport, Abu Dhabi Airport and Al Ain Airport. More UAE airports will be added later.
 
Criteria and Documents for eGate Card
New eGate card holder’s presence
Original passport (with at least 6 month’s validity).
You must be either a UAE citizen or an expatriate holding a resident visa.
Passport photograph

Procedure and Fee
 
Submit documents and do a finger-print ID. This procedure takes only about 5-10 minutes. Pay AED 200 per card.
 
Validity of Card
 
The eGate Card is valid for two years. A similar procedure and fees are required for renewal.
Availability of eGate Card 
  1. Dubai Airport
  2. Abu Dhabi Airport and Al Ain Airport
  3. Dubai, Abu Dhabi & Al Ain Naturalization Departments
  4. From DNRD Jebel Ali Branch
  5. DNRD Abu Hail Office
  6. DNATA Dubai Airline Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road. Call 04-3166966 for information.
  7. With an HSBC-Etihad Credit Card
 

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Created at 31/05/2011 07:59 by Ali Developer
Last modified at 06/03/2013 08:53 by Jamal Almulla