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Abu Dhabi Immigration gets VIP transactions section

posted on 23/08/2005: 1448 views


Interior Minister, Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has issued a ministerial decree setting up a new section at the Abu Dhabi Naturalisation and Residency Department, ADNRD. The new section, which shall be known as the Special Services Office, or the VIP Section, shall deal with all immigration and naturalisation-related transactions based on high quality and expedite service.



According to Matar Salim bin Musai'ed Al Nayadi, Director of the Information Technology at the Interior Ministry and Chairman of the Special Committee in charge of setting up the new office, the move was in line with the directive of the Interior Minister to provide excellent services to UAE nationals and expatriates alike.



The Committee is made up of members from the Abu Dhabi Police Headquarters, a Special Adviser on Naturalisation and Residency Affairs at the Office of the Interior Minister and a member from the ADNRD. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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