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Here’s how to check if you have Covid-19 fines using Emirates ID


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Wondering if you have violated any Covid-19 rules in the UAE? There’s actually a way to check if you have fines related to it by using your Emirates ID. 

Whether you’re living in Dubai or other emirates, you can check if you have violated any Covid-19 rules by downloading the Abu Dhabi Police smart app. 

One can check despite having visas issued from other emirates in the UAE. 

Here’s how to use it: 

1. Download the app on the App Store for iOS users and PlayStore for Android users. 

2. Register with the app using your Emirates ID. An OTP will be received on the registered mobile. 

3. Select ‘Fine Inquiry’ and choose ‘Inquiry by Emirates ID (Individual Fines)’

4. Enter your Emirates ID number.

After entering the ID number, the app will let you know if you have any fines related to Covid-19. 

Residents can also check their fines using the Dubai Police app. Below are the steps: 

1. Download the Dubai Police app. 

2. Select the ‘Fine Payment’ option and click ‘Search’.

3. Choose to inquire about your fine based on a ticket. 

4. Select ‘Fine Year’ as 2020 and in the ticket number enter your Emirates ID number and click ‘Done’. 

The app will let users know if they have fines related to Covid-19. 

Ryan Namia
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