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Wednesday, July 05, 2017

First Time to Travel in the UAE? Never Ever Do This With Your Passport


Our passport is considered to be one of the most important document when traveling in another country. That is why it is important that we have to extra take good care of it whenever we are.  In Dubai, Filipinos, especially the first time visitors are cautioned not to hand over their passport to strangers at Dubai International Airport.  Prosecutor General Sami Al Shamsi, head of Bur Dubai Prosecution said the following statement as warning to all;





Our passport is considered to be one of the most important document when traveling in another country. That is why it is important that we have to extra take good care of it whenever we are.

In Dubai, Filipinos, especially the first time visitors are cautioned not to hand over their passport to strangers at Dubai International Airport.

Prosecutor General Sami Al Shamsi, head of Bur Dubai Prosecution said the following statement as warning to all;





“Travelers should keep their passports and personal belongings in their possession and not hand them to anyone except to the proper representative of their hosts. Before handing over your passport to anyone, these travelers should ensure that their passports in safe hands like the PRO of the hosting agency, or the employers/sponsors."

The prosecutor general warns the public after an Asian imposter swindled newcomers and stole their passports, cash and personal belongings at the airport.






Accordingly the Asian victimized eight newcomers to Dubai using the same modus operandi. Now the case is being referred to Dubai Misdemeanours Court.

In the interrogation, Prosecutor Kulaitham Abdullah said, that the suspect was arrested at the airport after he was spotted around the arrival terminal.

His facial features matched with those descriptions that were given to the police by one of the victims.

The unnamed suspect admitted that he swindled a number of travelers, stole their cash money, phones, passport and other belongings.

“He claimed that he swindled the victim by pretending to be the PRO of their hosts and stole their belongings outside the arrivals terminal in the same modus operandi,” she concluded.

According to the source, the suspect is scheduled to appear in the Misdemeanors Court later this month.


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