Getting a passport for newborn in UAE is a very process, and may take up to 22 working days to complete the process is applied under normal process.
As on Aug, 2014, the firms that handles passport on behalf of Indian Embassy is BLS International Services.
Information about the firm and passport services, various forms, etc is available at ** http://www.blsindiavisa-uae.com/ **
- Documents required to apply for a passport includes:
- Photograph in a specific size as required by the authority
- Passport copies of both the parents
- Copy of Marriage Certificate of parents
- Copy of attested Birth Certificate of the baby
- Completely filled ** EAP-I ** form for Dubai or Abu Dhabi
- Completely filled formed ** Registration of Birth,issue of birth certificate & Passport for a child born in UAE **
You will have to bring the baby, and all original documents for verification purpose.
In Abu Dhabi, their location is: ** 2nd floor office # 202, Port city java Building, Behind ADCB Bank Muroor Road, Al-Nahyan Camp, Abu-Dhabi. **
Note: You will not be able to see the ADCP bank from the Muroor Road. It is inside the Al-Nahyan Camp area. Check for Trans AD, Al-Nahyan Camp, abu dhabi in Google Map. ADCB is close by that.
The charges are approximately AED 300. Their offices are open from about 8:00 to 6:00. Their web site has more information.
Getting a Birth Certificate for new born baby and attesting it in Abu Dhabi, UAE is not a complected process.
Within a day or two after the birth of the baby, the hospital sill issue a form named “Live Birth Notification”. This will be based on the information we provide on their application form. We will have to provide copies of both the parent’s passport with the visa page, both the parents Emirates ID and copy of marriage certificate attested by the UAE authority. This is NOT a birth certificate.
We have to take this form to the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi for getting the Birth Certificate. Documents to be provided include the original “Live Birth Notification” provided by the hospital, copies of both the parent’s passport with the visa pages, both the parents Emirates ID and copy of marriage certificate attested by the UAE authority. In order for them to verify, we will have to show the originals documents too. It will be better to get 2 copies of Birth Certificate in English and one in Arabic. The charges is AED 50 per copy. They do not except cash. Visa or MasterCard is required. Location: Health Authority, in the area behind Carrefour in Airport Road.
To attest the Birth Certificates take then to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The best place to go will be the Ministry of Foreign Affairs office in the ground floor of Marina Mall, Abu Dhabi. You may purchase an e-dirhan cards from their office, or use MasterCard to pay the AED 150 charge per copy to be attested.
Note: This document is prepared on 2014. Please be careful since rules may change in UAE from time to time.