Finally, the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship provided customers with vaccination data, the number of doses and the date of obtaining them, through its smart application.
She stated that in the absence of this code on the vaccination certificate, it is required to ratify the certificate in accordance with the procedures for attesting official papers and certificates, in force at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
It cautioned arriving travelers, when registering vaccination data through the authority’s website, to take into account that the personal data is shown in the certificate, and that the certificate clearly contains the name of the vaccine, and the date of taking the doses, as entering wrong information may lead to the rejection of the request, noting that the rate of The processing time for the application and its review by the medical committee is a maximum of five working days.
The medical committee concerned with approving vaccination certificates issued from outside the country also reserves the right to reject any request, or impose additional requirements as it deems appropriate after reviewing it, while the applicant undertakes that all data and attachments are correct, and that he will follow all health procedures issued to him by the concerned authorities. In the UAE, he bears full legal responsibility in the event that the data and attachments are incorrect, or if he does not follow any instructions issued in this regard.
Finally, the authority launched a passenger registration service in cooperation with the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, and Health and Community Protection, with the aim of facilitating the procedures for travelers to enter the Emirates before their arrival, through which the application is filled out, data is entered, and vaccination certificates issued from abroad are attached.
In a related context, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, through its website, has specified the procedures for attesting documents issued from outside the country, which require authentication from the UAE mission in the country of the document’s source, by logging in to one of the smart channels of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and making sure that the documents have been completed. Attestation by any official and accredited body, such as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country that sourced the documents, then upload the documents, and specify the name of the country and mission in which you wish to certify the documents. Reference with its transaction details.