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Advice .... Not for me!

Old Oct 12th 2004, 4:46 am
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Originally Posted by Beduoin_Boy
There are always Two sides to any stories, so I am not gonna give my sympathise before knowing the other.

If this is the situation as you say it happening in our country, I will explain you a few points:

1-If the husband is a Muslim than the wife is automatically a Muslim, Bcoz the Marriage of a Muslim to a Non-Muslim is not recogniized and the relationship in a muslim country would mean Illegal.

2-As per the Immigration Law, The sons and Daughters are under the mother's sponsorship so therefore the names of the sibbling will be in the mothers passport Not fathers.

3-The Mother can leave the country with the Kids with No hassle Unless She is married to a National or AGCC National In this case the Sons and Daughters will be in the Fathers passport.

4-If this Women is being abused and deprieved of Her rights Than The Police will take stern action against the Man. As per this country law the Women is First. As a man If I say: The glass is half empty But If the women Say: The glass is half full! - Than the Police will agree with the Women.


*If the consulate is involved than the issue will be blown out of context, The father will claim injustice due to pressure.


She can call the police and make her claims, If the Father goes to the authorities before the women than their is a greater chance the Authorities will side with the father.


she or you can also speak to someone at the Family Guidance section at the Dubai police and The Courts.


Also you can approach the Human Rights Section at the Police H.Q For furthre Info: Visit www.dubaipolice.gov.ae


I hope the best for everyone.
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Old Oct 12th 2004, 4:49 am
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Default Re: Advice .... Not for me!

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amazing how people change!
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Old Oct 12th 2004, 4:53 am
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Ah! I use to work in the deparment when I was 16 to 18 during summer vacations... my dad use to force me to work bcoz I use to play Sega all day long.

I use to help in filing and we use to have a lot of fun.

They pay us only 1000 dirhams and give us a certifcate with wrongly spelled name.
 
Old Oct 12th 2004, 6:58 am
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Default Re: Advice .... Not for me!

Originally Posted by Beduoin_Boy
There are always Two sides to any stories, so I am not gonna give my sympathise before knowing the other.

If this is the situation as you say it happening in our country, I will explain you a few points:

1-If the husband is a Muslim than the wife is automatically a Muslim, Bcoz the Marriage of a Muslim to a Non-Muslim is not recogniized and the relationship in a muslim country would mean Illegal.

2-As per the Immigration Law, The sons and Daughters are under the mother's sponsorship so therefore the names of the sibbling will be in the mothers passport Not fathers.

3-The Mother can leave the country with the Kids with No hassle Unless She is married to a National or AGCC National In this case the Sons and Daughters will be in the Fathers passport.

4-If this Women is being abused and deprieved of Her rights Than The Police will take stern action against the Man. As per this country law the Women is First. As a man If I say: The glass is half empty But If the women Say: The glass is half full! - Than the Police will agree with the Women.


*If the consulate is involved than the issue will be blown out of context, The father will claim injustice due to pressure.


She can call the police and make her claims, If the Father goes to the authorities before the women than their is a greater chance the Authorities will side with the father.


she or you can also speak to someone at the Family Guidance section at the Dubai police and The Courts.


Also you can approach the Human Rights Section at the Police H.Q For furthre Info: Visit www.dubaipolice.gov.ae


I hope the best for everyone.


very reasonable response, my how people can change.
keep this up and i may have to apologise for my previous remarks.
well done
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