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UAE Increases The Validity Of Passports For Emiratis Over 21 By Ten Years.

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More facilities and extensive digital services are among the new benefits brought about by the revisions, assuring citizens of increased convenience and effectiveness.

A change to the executive rules of the federal law pertaining to passports and citizenship was approved by the UAE Cabinet. One of the main changes is that, for those who are 21 years of age and older, the validity of the Emirati passport has been extended from 5 to 10 years.

Following Monday's Cabinet meeting, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice-President, Prime Minister, and Ruler of Dubai, announced the news on social media.

The new amendment’s guarantee increased comfort and efficiency for citizens by introducing a plethora of extra benefits, such as more facilities and complete digital services offered by the relevant agencies.

The move demonstrates the UAE's dedication to improving citizen services and empowering the young of the nation.

A national policy for the production and distribution of biofuels throughout the nation was also approved by the Council of Ministers. The Sheikh Mohammed claims that the strategy backs up the United Arab Emirates' commitment to developing low-carbon, clean energy sources domestically.

The Cabinet was informed during the meeting about the nation's accomplishments by the Digital Quality of Life Council. This council works closely with social media companies, and through their efforts, they have been able to remove over 160,000 accounts and websites that promote drugs, bad influences, and other dangerous content and hurt young people.

Sheikh Mohammed restated the importance of the family as the first barrier to protecting children. The focus still lies in helping the younger generations become more resilient and aware.

He added, "We always emphasise that family, media, and educational institutions must unite to shield our children, who are the most important asset of our national assets and serve as the cornerstone for a brighter future."


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