Emirati citizens wishing to travel abroad are advised to use this interactive map to check which countries are allowing entry of foreign citizens and whether travellers need to undergo quarantine. The map can also be accessed from the UAE MOFAIC app available on Android and iOS.
Citizens can register for Twajudi through MOFAIC's website or the UAE MOFAIC app for Android and iOS.
Issuance of passports and return documents
MoFAIC provides passport and return document services through its website and the UAE MOFAIC app. Emirati travellers can apply for emergency passport services in the following situations:
- a lost or stolen passport
- an expired passport
- a damaged passport
- a passport for newly born babies.
Check eServices for individuals,businesses and diplomats on the website of MoFAIC website.
Emergency line for Emiratis abroad
If Emiratis face an emergency while they are abroad, they can call for help on 00971-80024. All calls are dealt carefully through a response system which is designed to provide the needed support. Citizens Affairs Department of MOFAIC supervises the emergency line in coordination with the UAE’s missions abroad and the MOFAIC’s call and operations centres.
‘Doctor for Every Citizen’ service
If Emiratis fall sick while they are abroad and want to contact a doctor in the UAE, they can use the ‘Doctor for Every Citizen’ service. Through this service, the ministry connects the patient to a physician at DHA.
Updated on 24 Nov 2022