Dubai resident travelling to Abu Dhabi – Do I need ICA or GDRFA approval?

Dubai resident travelling to Abu Dhabi – Do I need ICA or GDRFA approval?

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  • Date: 14-Jan-2022
  • Source: Gulf News
  • Sector: Tourism
  • Country: UAE
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Dubai resident travelling to Abu Dhabi – Do I need ICA or GDRFA approval?

Dubai: Are you a UAE resident, with your visa issued from another Emirate, but planning to fly in to Abu Dhabi International Airport? You may be wondering if it is possible to do so, and which approval you might need - the Federal Authority for Identity, Citizenship, Customs and Port Security (ICA) or General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA). A Gulf News reader travelling to Abu Dhabi Airport from Baku, Azerbaijan raised the query with us. He said: “I am travelling to Abu Dhabi International Airport from Baku, Azerbaijan. Could you please explain the travel document requirements for Dubai visa holders arriving at Abu Dhabi International Airport?” According to the Etihad Airways’ official website, if you are a UAE resident arriving at Abu Dhabi Airport, you must register with the before you fly from the departing destination. Here are the guidelines for unvaccinated and vaccinated UAE residents flying in to Abu Dhabi, according to Etihad Airways. Before you book your flight to Abu Dhabi, you need to make sure you fulfil the following requirements, according to Etihad Airways: The ICA Travel Smart Service is an online application form that registers arrivals and attests their vaccination certificate. Both vaccinated

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