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UAE nationals can enter Oman via Hilli checkpost

posted on 09/06/2008: 1562 views

From July, UAE nationals and passengers from GCC countries, who wish to enter the Sultanate of Oman through Buraimi, would have to pass through the Hilli checkpost while expatriates living in GCC countries would cross into Oman through Khatm Al Shakla checkpost.

This was announced by Colonel Nasir Al Awady Al Minhaly, Director of Naturalisation and Residency Department (NRD) in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain, yesterday at a Press conference.

"The decision has been taken after full coordination between the UAE Ministry of Interior and the Sultanate of Oman authorities," he added.

In the past, UAE nationals and passengers from GCC countries entered Oman through the Al Madif checkpost, while expatriates went through the Hilli checkpost. "The Khatm Al Shakla checkpoint is equipped with eight cabins and has enough car parking space," Col Al Minhaly said. "The checkpoints will work round the clock and the immigration process for each passport will not take more than five minutes," he added. Colonel Al Minhaly said the NRD will monitor the Khatm Al Shakla checkpost for two months. –Khaleej Times


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