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How to Check Travel Ban in the UAE From Outside

Checking UAE Travel Ban from Outsite

If you are not in the UAE and need to know if you have a travel ban, it is best to contact a UAE-based law firm to check your legal status before visiting the UAE.

Depending on the nature of the case, whether it is a labor dispute, an unpaid debt, or a violation of any immigration laws, the lawyer you hire will conduct a thorough check with the relevant UAE government authorities to determine whether or not you are subject to a travel ban.

You will need to provide a power of attorney, as well as the following information, in order for the legal representative to conduct the check for you:

  • A copy of your current passport. Additionally, a copy of an expired passport will also be needed if the visa has been stamped on it.
  • Your Emirates ID number. 
  • A photocopy of the page of your passport that contains the last exit stamp from the UAE.

Afterward, the legal representative may inquire about any cases that have been filed against you with the courts, the public prosecution, the police, and the immigration authorities. 

The advantage of hiring a professional expert is that they can also provide details on the options available to you in the event of a travel ban, as well as information on how to have the ban lifted.

Also Read: How to Renew UAE Residence Visa Online

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