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Tuesday, May 07, 2019

Mother Of Abandoned 6-Year-Old Girl In The UAE Finally Surfaced

The biological mother of the abandoned 6-year-old girl in the UAE who is a Filipina finally surfaced revealing the girl's real name and her age. According to the woman, the girl is a product of her former affair to a Filipino man. She admitted that she is married and has two other daughters in the Philippines. She also clarified that the girl is now seven and not six years old.

The biological mother of the abandoned 6-year-old girl in the UAE who is a Filipina finally surfaced revealing the girl's real name and her age. According to the woman, the girl is a product of her former affair to a Filipino man. She admitted that she is married and has two other daughters in the Philippines. She also clarified that the girl is now seven and not six years old.       Ads           The real mother of Fatima the girl who had been abandoned in Ajman with no paperwork — finally surfaced agreed to cooperate in order to get the girl documented so she could attend school.     Reunited in a fast food joint in Karama, close to where the real mother still stays, it was explained to Fatima that she is actually seven-years-old not six (born February 15, 2012)she also told her that her real name is Angel.    The mother whose identity is not revealed, now 50 years old, is married with two teenage girls in the Philippines. She admitted that she had a relationship with another OFW in Dubai only a few months after arriving in the UAE.    She got pregnant and had the baby in a local Dubai hospital filed under the marriage certificate of her and her husband, who is still in the Philippines.  Ads          Sponsored Links    “My boyfriend left me before the birth and within a month of having Angel I found it too difficult to support both her and my family in the Philippines because I was the only provider,” the mother told Gulf News.    Then, a male friend of the mother approached another Filipina through a prayer meeting in Satwa and it was agreed the child could be ‘looked after’ by the second Filipina, who wanted a child because she and her Pakistani partner couldn’t have it as they are both in their 50's.    The couple became her foster parents and taken care of the girl, who they gave the name Fatima, for five years until December 2018, the couple had a financial crisis and forced to have Fatima for adoption by a man named Syed Ali Moazzam.    Moazzam is indeed very eager to take custody of the girl but unfortunately, they had struggles with legalities since the girl had no documents supporting her identity. Moazzam also sought the help of the Philippine Embassy in the UAE in the hope of finding the girl's real mother but to no avail.   A few days after Fatima's story went trending on social media and with the help of a local news company, they were able to find ways to locate the Filipina which agrees to cooperate in helping with the legalities that will allow Moazzam to adopt the girl. However, she wanted her real identity to be concealed. She does not want her family in the Philippines to know about Fatima.    Fatima seems happy that she finally met her real mom. Likewise, she is also thankful that with her help, she may now be legally adopted by her newfound parents and will finally be able to go to school after obtaining all the documents she needed.

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The real mother of Fatima the girl who had been abandoned in Ajman with no paperwork — finally surfaced agreed to cooperate in order to get the girl documented so she could attend school.


Reunited in a fast food joint in Karama, close to where the real mother still stays, it was explained to Fatima that she is actually seven-years-old not six (born February 15, 2012)she also told her that her real name is Angel.

The mother whose identity is not revealed, now 50 years old, is married with two teenage girls in the Philippines. She admitted that she had a relationship with another OFW in Dubai only a few months after arriving in the UAE.

She got pregnant and had the baby in a local Dubai hospital filed under the marriage certificate of her and her husband, who is still in the Philippines.

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“My boyfriend left me before the birth and within a month of having Angel I found it too difficult to support both her and my family in the Philippines because I was the only provider,” the mother told Gulf News.

Then, a male friend of the mother approached another Filipina through a prayer meeting in Satwa and it was agreed the child could be ‘looked after’ by the second Filipina, who wanted a child because she and her Pakistani partner couldn’t have it as they are both in their 50's.

The couple became her foster parents and taken care of the girl, who they gave the name Fatima, for five years until December 2018, the couple had a financial crisis and forced to have Fatima for adoption by a man named Syed Ali Moazzam.

Moazzam is indeed very eager to take custody of the girl but unfortunately, they had struggles with legalities since the girl had no documents supporting her identity.
Moazzam also sought the help of the Philippine Embassy in the UAE in the hope of finding the girl's real mother but to no avail.

A few days after Fatima's story went trending on social media and with the help of a local news company, they were able to find ways to locate the Filipina which agrees to cooperate in helping with the legalities that will allow Moazzam to adopt the girl. However, she wanted her real identity to be concealed. She does not want her family in the Philippines to know about Fatima.

Fatima seems happy that she finally met her real mom. Likewise, she is also thankful that with her help, she may now be legally adopted by her newfound parents and will finally be able to go to school after obtaining all the documents she needed.