The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) has emphasised on the timely renewal of the establishment card otherwise a fine of Dh100 will be imposed every month.
The establishment card also commonly known as CEC or company establishment card and CIC or company immigration card. It carries all the information about a company; company name, card number, and expiry date.
The card is used in private sector as well as the free zone and companies registered in both sectors are advised to have their cards renewed to avoid further complications.
This information was posted on GDRFA’s official Twitter account, which read:
Avoid a Dh100 fine for not renewing your establishment card.
In addition to that, GDFRA’s website lists that the applications are processed in one day and also mentions all the required documents.
100 درهم شهرياً غرامة كان يمكنك تجنبها إذا قمت بتجديد بطاقة المنشأة.
Avoid 100 AED fine monthly for not renewing your establishment card.#خلك_واعي_مع_اقامة_دبي
#كفالة #إقامة_دبي #غرامات #دبي pic.twitter.com/DLT6QmQT5D
— GDRFA DUBAI إقامة دبي (@GDRFADUBAI) January 29, 2020
Process to Renew Establishment Card
The steps are all listed on the website of GDFRA and here is all you need to do to avoid any complications with the relevant authorities.
- Fill request for the renewal
- Bring your old establishment card alongside
- Bring a valid copy of the business license
- Copy of the addendum of names of partners from Department of economic development in case of LLC. company
- Copies of authorised signatories with their signatures
- E-gate card, if authorised citizens of the DCC or carries permission to visit for representative offices
- Bring the original and one copy of the certificate of authorisation attested by notary for authorised persons to sign the establishment card
- Only in the case if it is not listed in the business license
For more information regarding this, please get in touch with our representatives as they will guide you through with the process.