liza_ponte Started The Discussion:
I'm a Filipino citizen and I work in Dubai UAE as housemaid from March 25, 2005 with a contract of two years. Due to the sudden death of my father I go home to my country Philippines last June 3, 2006. I havenít finished my two years contract due to my fatherís death as I was not able to come back to Dubai. My employer permits me to go home to see my father for the last he will be buried. Due to some family problems, my mother request me not to go back to Dubai as she needs my care as she is 75 years old and nobody could take care her. I get self pity to my mother and I canít live her alone. I call up my employer (sponsor) about the situation that I cannot come back to his house. When I leave in Dubai airport, my passport was not cancelled by my employer as they want me to comeback after the burial.
Now, this month March 2011 I apply for a police clearance or certificate of good conduct in Dubai Police headquarter and my application is pending due to the police said I have a problem in Immigration. I was thinking itís my residence visa not cancelled by my employer. The time I inform my employer I cannot comeback, I was thinking He cancelled my residence visa as He has a copy of my passport, even the original passport is with me. How could I settle my problem in Immigration so that the police headquarter would issue me a police clearance? I have no criminal records or even debts left in Dubai as my records are clean. Can you help me what to do so that my police clearance will be release by the police headquarter? Here are the details of my passport #KK296390, complete full name: PONTE, LIZA DANO Female, FILIPINO, Bithdate :October 13, 1977, Place of birth: Sevilla, Bohol Philippines, Date of issue of the passport: Sept.20, 2002 and Expiry date of issue: September 20, 2007. Residence Visa number 201/2005/7103698. Date of issue of residence visa 2005/09/25 valid until 2007/09/24.
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