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Old 04-16-2018, 03:47 AM   #31
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Hello.. I need some opinion.. I have outstanding loan in Dubai, i don't have any bad credit and i am paying monthly on time. Now I planning to move in Qatar, but i heard and i read that immigration here in dubai will not allow me to pass or out the country if my visa already cancelled, I am planning to go first to qatar by tourist visa then is it possible to send my passport thru courier here in dubai for my visa cancellation while i'm there in qatar? about my loan no worries because i will still pay on monthly.

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Old 04-17-2018, 04:21 PM   #32
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Hello.. I need some opinion.. I have outstanding loan in Dubai, i don't have any bad credit and i am paying monthly on time. Now I planning to move in Qatar, but i heard and i read that immigration here in dubai will not allow me to pass or out the country if my visa already cancelled, I am planning to go first to qatar by tourist visa then is it possible to send my passport thru courier here in dubai for my visa cancellation while i'm there in qatar? about my loan no worries because i will still pay on monthly.

Thanks in advance..
Do not do all such funny stuff, you can of course cancel visa and then fly out of the country. Just make sure you have not defaulted on your liability when you are flying out and thats it, you wont find any hindrance.
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Hello.. I need some opinion.. I have outstanding loan in Dubai, i don't have any bad credit and i am paying monthly on time. Now I planning to move in Qatar, but i heard and i read that immigration here in dubai will not allow me to pass or out the country if my visa already cancelled, I am planning to go first to qatar by tourist visa then is it possible to send my passport thru courier here in dubai for my visa cancellation while i'm there in qatar? about my loan no worries because i will still pay on monthly.

Thanks in advance..
if your loan and salary ac same bank then after resign your end of service money will be freezed by the bank, but still you can fly empty handed,
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