Don't Get Caught Without a Valid TRN in Dubai - Here's How to Check Yours
A lot of visitors to Dubai are caught off guard when they realize that their 30-day tourist visa (TRN) has expired and they must leave the country immediately or risk getting thrown in jail. Most are surprised by this because they thought that their TRN was good for one year (like it is in other countries). It turns out that this isn't an oversight on the part of Dubai officials; in fact, it's quite intentional, and you'll need to go through a process called TRN verification if you want to stay beyond the initial 30 days.
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What Is A Trade Register Number (TRN)?
A Trade Register Number (TRN) is issued by your business’ country of registration. This is known as your legal entity. For example, if you are based in Dubai, your company would be registered under an Emirate or Free Zone authority, and therefore you would need a UAE-issued TRN. If you are based outside of Dubai but still within UAE borders, then you will need an Abu Dhabi-issued TRN. If you have multiple branches or offices within UAE borders, then each branch/office will require its own unique number.
Why Should I Have One?
You may have noticed that most of your day-to-day activities require you to carry your Emirates ID or another form of identification, such as your driver’s license. This is just one example of how important it is for expats and visitors who are living and working in Dubai to have their personal information available on demand.
What Can I Do If I Need To Check It Or Change It?
An Emirates ID (TRN) is a basic national identification card for residents of UAE and must be carried by all residents at all times. This includes Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah. If you need to apply for one or want to check your existing Emirates ID details or change them for any reason such as getting married in India and need an updated address/name on your eID then take a look below how it can be done: Read More...
Where Can I Find My Number In Dubai?
If you’re a non-UAE national who’s living or traveling to Dubai, you will need a valid passport and an Emirates ID (or TRN) card before you can start your life here. A UAE ID number (TRN) is a nine-digit code that uniquely identifies an individual within the Emirates and are primarily used by government agencies like immigration, but they are also often required when dealing with banks and employers.
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