The Abu Dhabi Judicial Department held a coordination meeting with the Department of Culture and Tourism, to discuss ways to support and develop the strategic partnership in common areas, within the framework of the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Presidential Court, Head of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, to enhance cooperation And integration with various institutions, introducing the services provided, and working on developing them to ensure that they are available to customers in line with international best practices.
The meeting, which was held virtually via visual communication, discussed joint plans to promote civil marriage services for foreigners provided by the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, by introducing tourists and visitors to the country to this service, and the facilities provided by the Department of Culture and Tourism to help them hold wedding ceremonies.
The promotional plan aims to introduce visitors and tourists to civil marriage services for foreigners, and to benefit from them by completing the marriage during their visit to the country, in addition to the jurisdiction of the Court for Civil Family Matters in Abu Dhabi, which constitutes an unprecedented and developed model for the family court in a modern way, and is one of the milestones of the pioneering development achieved by Abu Dhabi in this field.
It is noteworthy that the civil marriage law and its effects in Abu Dhabi embodies the keenness to develop an integrated system that achieves excellence and leadership globally, especially with the uniqueness of Abu Dhabi in the Arab region, being the only city that applies civil laws to foreigners and non-Muslims in matters of personal status, which enhances its position and competitiveness. , as a destination for competencies and expertise from all over the world, in light of the legislative and judicial environment that guarantees the achievement of justice and the maintenance of rights.
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