Indian expats must not delay newborns’ registration

Indian expatriates are urged not to delay the registration of their newborn babies with the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi or the Consulate General of India in Dubai.

The Embassy said in a statement that the immediate registration of the birth is required to get an Indian passport issued.

If the registration is not done within one year of birth, there may be delay in issuing the passport as additional formalities may be needed and financial penalties may be imposed by the UAE authorities.


Visit to get an update on the procedure for registration of a newborn child in the Indian Embassy, Abu Dhabi, or the Consulate General of India, Dubai.

Changing jobs

I am working in an automation-based company in Dubai. I had joined on August 16, 2009 with designation of an application engineer. My visa is not an engineer visa and it is a general technician visa as my company wanted my attested degree at that time to give me an engineer visa, which I didn’t have at that time. 

My question is in case I want to leave my present company and join another company, and in case my present employer denies me a no objection certificate, what options do I have?

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