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AlKhaili: 65 Thousand Violators, Benefited from the "Amnesty "

08 Jul 2013
Al Khaleej
 
During the First Forum for "Residency" Partners

Major General Khalifa Hareb Al Khaili, Assistant Undersecretary of the sector Naturalisation and Residency and Ports in Ministry of Interior, confirmed that the sector oversees to provide 50% of the services at the Ministry of Interior, through efforts from everyone, led by partners, who have contributed to the achievement of strategic objectives, and to achieve the methodology of the Ministry of Interior for planning Strategic partnerships guides, and pointed out that the sector of nationality, residence and ports during the current year initiative to diversify the channels of communication within the contact methodology with the Ministry of Interior with all the concerned bodies, from customers, partners and employees, suppliers and the community in all emirates across the departments of the regional sector to view our strategic plan and study their needs and find out their aspirations and suggestions to achieve the highest satisfaction.

AlKhaili pointed out that concerted efforts with strategic partners helped a lot to decrease the number of offenders in the state, and the number of beneficiaries of the amnesty given by the government of the UAE for residency law violators reached 65 thousand from different nationalities.

This came during the first meeting of the partners of sector of nationality, residence and ports organized by the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Sharjah yesterday morning, in the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sharjah, in the presence of Brigadier General Dr Abdullah Sahoo Director of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Sharjah, Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Forum, and Brigadier Obaid Mohair bin Suroor Deputy Director-General of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai, and Brigadier Mohammed Abdullah Alwan, Director General of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Ajman, Brigadier Mubarak Rabee Mubarak bin Sinan General Manager of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Fujairah, and senior officers at the Ministry of the Interior, and managers of local departments, officials of departments and sectors of the public administration for Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Sharjah, which was hosted by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sharjah.

Major Khaili raise congratulations during his speech at the forum to His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, may God protect him, and his brother, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, and their brethren Members of the Supreme Council of Rulers of the Emirates on the occasion of holy month of Ramadan, also conveyed the greetings of HH Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, who wished the success of this event.

Major General Khalifa Hareb Al Khaili pointed out that the Ministry of the Interior has adopted a vision consistent with the vision of the United Arab Emirates in 2021 that the state will be the best countries in the world in safety and stability, and this vision of the future we have adopted in the Naturalisation and Residency and Ports strategic direction to be more sectors of the Ministry of Interior distinctive achieve the objectives of the ministry for the next phase from 2014 to 2015 of the most important promote public confidence in the efficiency of services provided.

For his part, Brigadier General Dr Abdullah Sahoo Director of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Sharjah, Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Forum, delivered a speech,  in which he stressed that this comes from guidance of our government and its focus on the methodology of the partnership and to seek to improve them and developed to create a large network of production relations between the institutions of the public and private sectors, and to deepen the foundations of the partnership at the local and external level, because of their great importance in supporting the administrative work, through participation in the available capabilities, and the reduction in spending, and take advantage of the best experiences, thus management to occupies high prestige partnerships in organizational structures of most public and private institutions, where the departments that do not pay attention to the importance of partnership, departments lacked one of the most important elements of administrative success, considering that partnership is one of the most important principles and the pillars of its strategy.

Participants during the opening session, stressed the importance of the strategic partnership, whether internal or external, and the depth of the strategic objectives at the sector level, and pointed out that these partnerships are indispensable, because the sector accounts for 50% of the services provided by the ministry to the public.

Major AlKhaili pointed out that external partners are part of our interest in the sector and the ministry, which is a partnership extended in all countries of the world, through our dealings with the administrations of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in the state and these companies bring us to communicate and improve customer satisfaction, and pointed out that there are a number of agreements have been signed with some foreign countries such as Germany, Australia, Britain and Singapore.

For his part, Brigadier Obaid Sorour said that: the strategic partnership is classified as something necessary for the sector, nationality, residence and ports, as it reinforced the security aspect in the transaction, as well as the signing of agreements with some government agencies, such as the Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai, confirmed that the electronic link plain many procedures, and save a lot of time, effort and money.

in his turn, Brigadier Mohammed Alwan explained that the strategic partnership and operational is very important to know the satisfaction of dealing with the public, through the expeditious completion of the transactions and a variety of services, and pointed out that the partnership operational represented in the company (Empost) through delivering transactions to the public.

Brigadier Mubarak Rabee pointed out that it is necessarily to look to the partners from another perspective to develop this relationship, and through the signing of a number of agreements with partners, and that leads to many services and procedures which make it easier to deal with them.

During the second session (the partnership from the perspective of external partners), browse Bernd Kaiser Consul General of Australia state, the experience of partnership with the UAE, confirmed that the state attaches great importance to sector nationality, residence and ports, and technological progress and technical as well as (Aviation - economic), contributed to the increase the visitors to the state and the use of airports for transit, and pointed to the efforts of the Ministry of Interior in the fight against human trafficking, which is a crime International, and here lies the importance of forming partnerships to deal with such issues, and to develop effective solutions, and between that the partnership between the UAE and Australia formed trust and common purpose between the two countries, and strengthened joint visits between the two countries, the most recent visit Brigadier Abdullah bin Sahoo of Australia, which had a significant impact in the activation of our partnership.

The Director of the German police talked about the most important challenges facing his country for the partnership.

Forum Sessions

Following the opening ceremony, Forum sessions began with the opening session and presentation entitled (Partnership Concept, practice and challenges) in which participated each of Major General Khalifa Hareb Al Khaili and Brigadier Obaid Sorour and Brigadier Mohammed Alwan, Brigadier Mubarak Rabee, and moderated by both Brigadier Dr. Abdullah Bin Sahoo and Major Isa Salem AlGaidi.

The first Session (Partnership from the perspective of the Ministry of the Interior - Best Practices)

During the first paper, titled (Partnership from the perspective of the Ministry of Interior - best practices), and provided through three working papers, the first entitled “Presentation of the Work Guide of the Partnership” by Captain Saeed Al Junaibi, The second paper was entitled “Review of the experience of the partnership for the General Directorate of Abu Dhabi Police”, presented by Capt. Humaid AlDari, while the third paper came with the entitled "The Experience of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai," presented by Colonel Khaled Nasser Al-Marzouki.

The second session had a distinctive paper  about “Partnership from the Perspective of External Partners", presented one working paper entitled “The Experience of the Partnership with the Australian consulate in the UAE, and German police with the Interior Ministry" presented by each of the Bernd Kaiser Consul General of Australia state, and Mr. Scott German police chief.

Recommendations

Participants recommended to organize the forum annually each year under the title (Partner Day), and the adoption of the initiative of the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs to creates Counter partners in every public administration in the state, and to summarize the working guide of the partners and circulate it, as well as to modify the structure and create a partnership department in the sector and branch in the public administration, and dissemination of a culture of partnership and partners in the sector, through all available means, and the development of specialized methodology in partnership within the approaches taught in the Emirates Institute of nationality
Last Update:: 7/8/2013