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Old 04-18-2019, 01:44 PM   #1
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Hi! Would like to ask, im going for vacation next month,though im coming back to Dubai, after 1 month, what will happen if there a police case will be filed, while im gone, and once i come back, are they going to take me to police station as soon as i landed,of course when they detected my Emirates ID. Please advise.
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Hi! Would like to ask, im going for vacation next month,though im coming back to Dubai, after 1 month, what will happen if there a police case will be filed, while im gone, and once i come back, are they going to take me to police station as soon as i landed,of course when they detected my Emirates ID. Please advise.
If there is a case when you come back, you will be held in the immigration and will be kept in the airport police custody, then you will be transferred to the police headquarters of the Emirate where the case is filed on you if the Emirate you landed is not the same one where there is case. From the headquarters of that Emirate, you will be transferred to the police station where the case is filed on you. Then comes the process of court from there. If the case is in the same Emirate where you land, you will be taken to the same Emirate’s police headquarters and then will be transferred to the police station where the case has been filed on you and then follows the court procedures.
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If there is a case registered in your name you will be arrested at the airport at the time of arrival in any GCC.
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Hi! Would like to ask, im going for vacation next month,though im coming back to Dubai, after 1 month, what will happen if there a police case will be filed, while im gone, and once i come back, are they going to take me to police station as soon as i landed,of course when they detected my Emirates ID. Please advise.
If police catch you is more good you can be free soon in one day after the fine payment. Dont be scared just is scary to hear but no problem once you face
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