Al Ain Residency and Foreigners Affairs Department called on employees at printing centers, specialized in printing out visas and residencies, to verify the data printed in the applications of both the sponsor and the sponsored, in order to avoid any errors that might impede the procedures for the applicants.
In a press release, the Department stated that it aims to facilitate procedures for its various categories of clients, in order to achieve excellence and upgrade its services to a new level in terms of quality and speed.
The Department also urged printing centers’ employees to comply with the instructions about filling in the applications with the correct, non-random data and comparing it with the official documents provided by both the sponsor and the sponsored. Printing centers’ employees were also called on to write down addresses correctly as per the clients’ statements and notify the latter about the need to give correct addresses and they will be held accountable for them.
Moreover, the Al Ain Residency and Foreigners Affairs Department urged printing centers’ employees to inform the clients about the need to present a salary statement or work permit in order to fill in correctly the required fields of: profession, address, mobile phone, business phone, activity, connection and profession; any missing information may impede the paperwork process. Printing centers are also advised to write down their business name at the bottom of the application.
In the event of any error in printing the applications by the printing centers or failure to comply with the provided instructions; legal actions shall be taken against those who fail short in the performance of their tasks and functional duties, and a warning will be issued to the concerned printing center. In case of repeated offense, relevant authorities will be informed, in order to stop resorting to these printing centers to print the electronic applications.
According to the statement, the Department will constantly communicate with printing centers to address any new issues regarding the applications. The Department’s employees were instructed not to accept any applications that contain errors in the data or in case the name of the printing center is missing. These procedures aim to identify any obstacles that impede work, in line with Ministry of Interior’s strategy to enhance the level of services provided to its clients.