What Travelers in the UAE Must do if Assets Exceed Dh 60K

  • Publish date: Tuesday، 14 February 2023
What Travelers in the UAE Must do if Assets Exceed Dh 60K

Any traveler carrying more than Dh60,000, or an equal amount in any other money, financial assets, precious metal, or gemstones, must report it to customs officers while entering or leaving the UAE.

No money limit applies to travelers traveling to or from the UAE, however, the authorities emphasized that any amount above Dh60,000 must be declared using the 'Afsah' system or additional disclosure methods authorized at the country's border crossing sites. In order to ensure safe travel, the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship, Customs, and Port Security in the UAE has reminded travelers that they must all abide by the customs laws' established processes.

The UAE has a disclosure system that allows any family member over the age of 18 to travel into and out of the country with up to Dh60,000 or its equivalent in foreign money without having to declare it to customs officials.

Travelers may quickly complete the disclosure procedure and register their data in a few minutes from anywhere before and during their travel with the intelligent mobile application that the authority has released.

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