The Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship stated that the period for exempting violators of the Law on Entry and Residence of Foreigners, beneficiaries of the honor of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the State, ends on November 17th, as they must leave the country before this date while exempting them from their fines. ...
Last August, the authority announced the extension of the deadline granted to this category for a period of three months, starting from August 18 to next November 17, when the violation occurred before the first of last March, and it includes exempting them from all fines incurred by them as long as they leave the country.
The authority stated that the honor of His Highness the President of the State includes all violators of the Law on Entry and Residence of Foreigners, as the restrictions listed in their right will be paid without stamping the deprivation on the condition that they leave the country.
She noted that visa holders wishing to leave from Abu Dhabi, Sharjah and Ras al-Khaimah airports must arrive six hours before the flight departure, and those wishing to leave through Dubai Airport must review the deportation center at the Civil Aviation Security Police near Terminal 2 48 hours before the flight departure.
The official portal of the UAE government reviewed the fines in the event of exceeding the period of entry permits or visas, indicating that in the event that a tourist or visitor exceeds the period of stay permitted by the entry permit or visitor or tourist visa, it is considered a violation and will be fined 200 dirhams for the first day, and 100 dirhams for Every day that follows, an additional 100 dirhams service fee will be charged upon leaving the country.
As for residents of the state, the law gives them a 30-day grace period either to amend the situation and provide them with a new guarantee or leave the country, and in the event that the grace period ends and the resident exceeds 30 days, he shall be fined 125 dirhams for the first day, 25 dirhams for each day that follows, and 50 dirhams for each day Excess after six months, and 100 dirhams for each day exceeded after one year of the grace period.