The programme includes applications for visit visas including renewals.
The General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) has announced an automated system that allows people to apply for entry permits in 15 seconds.
Entry permit 50+ allows authorities to issue eVisa using Artificial Intelligence technologies in record time and without any need for human intervention.
The new smart service has helped finish over 5 million transactions in record time, with officials confirming 0 waiting time and achieving 99 per cent fewer visitors to service centers.
Major-General Mohammad Ahmed Al Marri, director general of GDRFA, said applicants can apply through the authority's smart app or website. The AI system will quickly scan documents before issuing visas on spot.
"We have been testing the system all year long, and it proved to achieve full accuracy, even more than human employees." He added, "By 50+, we mean we are moving 50 years forward."
Col. Dr Omar Ali Saeed Al Shamsi, assistant director general for entry and residency permits, said the system is connected to other government entities, which allows faster document checks.
"For example, the system checks medical certificate based on records from the health authorities." The application time has been reduced from previous 4-6 hours, to now reach only 15 seconds.
The system also tracks suspicious or wanted individuals, sending their information to security authorities. Al Shamsi confirmed that the new system gives no room for security threats.
He added the programme includes applications for visit visas including renewals.
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