UAE Travel Ban Check

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Which Plan Will I Require?

  • Micro
  • Standard
  • Advanced

How Does Wirestork’s Travel Ban Check Service Work?

Wirestork is an online service helping individuals to check travel ban in UAE and in the GCC. Get advised by experts of the resolution process. Hire and manage a lawyer with Wire stork; do it yourself, or appoint an external lawyer. Whichever way you choose to go, our in-depth analysis and meaningful data will come in handy at all times. Wire Stork’s litigation specialists can conduct a thorough and accurate check of civil and criminal cases filed against you and identify travel ban in UAE.

What’s included in Wirestork’s Travel Ban Check Service?

1. Standard plans provide UAE travel ban data and helps in . identifying ban prevalence with  case look ups across UAE courts and Police Stations. Ideal for those planning to exit or enter the UAE and seeking to reconfirm if it’s okay to travel.
2. Statutory lookup of  Case prevalence (Standard) or Full to detail comprising Case numbers, Jurisdictions, status and judgment’s (advanced)case filings including civil and criminal.
3. Identify travel bans in the UAE.
4. A curated brief of current and past civil and criminal filings nationwide including filing history and judgement if any.
Details of Plaintiff and Plaintiff Claim ( if available in the prosecution database)
5. Identify Case numbers when available in the prosecution database
6. Identify Cases with Real estate authorities including Municipalities and RERA (Advanced plans only)
7. Identify Labor bans with Ministry of Labor
Identify Interpol Red notices issued from the UAE (Advanced Plans only)
8. Identify Travel ban extensions to five GCC states including Qatar, Saudia, Oman, Bahrain and Libya.(Advanced plans only)
9. One consultation session.

What’s the Standard Delivery Time for Wirestork’s Travel Ban Check Services?

Lead time of 3 – 5 working days. Expedited delivery is available as a variable.

What Documents are required to conduct a Travel Ban Check?.

1. A brief of your financial, employment or civic history immediately relevant to the case.
2. The front page of your passport
3. Copy of most recent Emirates ID (Optional) or your Emirates ID number
4. Copy of most recent residence Visa in the GCC
5. Rejected Visa Application Number/ Document for Visa Rejections

How can Wirestork check Travel Ban in UAE?

Checking the travel ban in UAE with Wirestork is a simple and easy process. All you need to do is register a service request and we handle the rest. Firstly, Wirestork integrates with UAE MOI databases and conducts a check with all the courts and police stations in the UAE to see if there are any civil or criminal filings against you. Secondly, we check with the General Directorate of Residency and Foreign Affairs (GDRFA) to see if there are any travel bans against your name. Finally, a check is conducted with the UAE Security Council and Interpol to see if they have any records of travel bans against your name. Once we have completed these steps, Wirestork identifies appropriate measures to rectify and lift the travel ban in UAE.

What is Wirestork’s UAE Travel Ban Check service?

Wirestork’s UAE Travel Ban Check service is a comprehensive solution designed to help individuals determine if they are subject to any travel bans imposed by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) authorities.

How does Wirestork’s UAE Travel Ban Check service work?

Wirestork’s UAE Travel Ban Check service utilizes advanced databases and official sources to cross-reference individual information and identify any active travel bans in the UAE. The service scans through relevant records to provide accurate and up-to-date results.

Why should I use Wirestork’s UAE Travel Ban Check service?

If you’re planning to travel to or through the UAE, it’s crucial to ensure you’re not affected by any travel bans. Wirestork’s service offers a quick and reliable way to verify your travel eligibility, helping you avoid unnecessary disruptions during your trip.

How can I access Wirestork’s UAE Travel Ban Check service?

You can easily access Wirestork’s UAE Travel Ban Check service by visiting our official website. Simply navigate to the service page and follow the instructions to submit your information securely.

Is my personal information safe when using Wirestork’s UAE Travel Ban Check service?

Absolutely. Wirestork prioritizes the security and privacy of your personal information. We use robust encryption and security measures to safeguard your data, ensuring that your details are kept confidential.

What information do I need to provide for the travel ban check?

To perform an accurate travel ban check, you will need to provide basic personal details including your passport information, visa page and Emirates ID.

How long does it take to receive the travel ban check results?

Wirestork’s UAE Travel Ban Check service is designed to provide rapid results. In most cases, you can expect to receive your travel ban check results within two-five working days of submitting your information.

What should I do if the travel ban check shows that I have a ban?

If the travel ban check reveals that you are subject to a travel ban in the UAE, it’s advisable to communicate with your legal advisor and explore the necessary steps to address and potentially lift the ban before making any travel arrangements.

Can banks put travel ban in UAE?

Banks in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) can put a UAE travel ban on an individual if they have an outstanding debt. Banks may also put a travel ban on an individual if they have failed to comply with the terms of a loan or other financial agreement. A travel ban can be imposed for any length of time, depending on the circumstances. If you are facing a travel ban due to an outstanding debt, it is important to contact your bank as soon as possible to discuss repayment options and negotiate a resolution. In some cases, banks may be willing to lift the travel ban if you are able to make payment arrangements that are agreeable to both parties.

How to remove Travel Ban in UAE?

In order to remove a travel ban in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), you will need to contact the relevant authorities in the UAE and provide them with all necessary documentation. Depending on the reason for the travel ban, this could include proof of payment of any outstanding debts, a valid passport and visa, and a letter of guarantee from a sponsor.
You may also need to provide additional documentation or evidence that you have resolved any issues that led to the travel ban being imposed. Once all documents are provided and accepted, the travel ban should be lifted. It is important to note that this process can take some time, so it is best to start it as soon as possible if you wish to remove your travel ban in the UAE.

Can I check travel ban in UAE with passport number?

Wirestork is a service that allows travelers to check if they are subject to any travel bans in the UAE. All one needs to do is enter their passport number and the system will search through various government databases to see if the traveler is on any travel ban lists. While this is a convenient service, it’s best to have at least two different forms of identification when traveling in the UAE. This includes having a copy of your visa page mentioning your UID and also a copy of your Emirates ID. This ensures that there are no data gaps and that Wirestork can accurately check for any potential travel bans. Having two forms of identification also helps speed up the process as Wirestork can quickly cross-reference both documents.

Additional information

Type

Micro (Essential ban information Three case lookups), Basic (Max 3 filings) Five days delivery, Basic Expedited (Max 3 filings) Two day delivery, Standard (Max 6 filings) Five days delivery, Standard Expedited (Max 6 filings) Two day delivery, Advanced litigation check with five days delivery

  • Frequently asked Questions

    How to Check for Travel Bans in UAE online?

    Wirestork integrates with UAE’s various Public prosecution‘s databases to gather information about open litigation prevailing across courts and police stations in the Seven Emirates of UAE. To check travel bans in UAE, follow the below steps.

    1. Visit wirestork.com
    2. Click the Services Tab in the Top Menu
    3. Click on Travel Bans
    4. Click the drop down menu and choose Basic. Expedited or Advanced depending on the number of criminal or civil filings you had expect in the UAE. For the purpose of convenience, each misdemeanor, say one single instance of returned cheque can lead to potential criminal filing.
    5. Proceed to Checkout
    6. In the left hand column, enter a short description of the issue that led to your travel ban in UAE.
    7. Upload a clear copy of your last known residence visa
    8. The complete litigation report will include details of current filings (if any) across all police stations and courts in the UAE.

    What is the difference between basic, standard and advanced litigation check?

    Basic litigation checks include three instance of civil or criminal filings. Filings in simple terms are documents submitted by the complainant to file a criminal complainant against an accused. In layman’s language, it is simply the written allegations of the complainant and it contains a summary of the facts of the case he seeks to present and the relief he seeks for the same.

    Basic Travel Ban Check in UAE

    Basic check is  an elementary service suitable for individuals  to check travel ban in UAE and who don’t expect much of trouble.

    1. Statutory lookup of three case filings including civil and criminal.
    2. Identify travel bans in the UAE
    3. A curated brief of current and past civil and criminal filings nationwide including filing history and judgement if any.
    4. Details of Plaintiff and Plaintiff Claim ( if available in the prosecution database)
    5. Case number
    6. One consultation session.

    Standard Travel Ban Check in UAE

    Standard check is  the most sought service used by Wirestork’s customers to check travel ban in UAE. If you have a few credit cards or loans in the past and left behind rental cheques or exited without completing the formalities, the standard travel ban check is perfect for you.

    1. Statutory lookup of Six case filings including civil and criminal.
    2. Identify travel bans in the UAE
    3. Identify Labor bans with Ministry of Labor
    4. Identify Travel ban extensions to five GCC states including Qatar, Saudia, Oman, Bahrain and Libya.
    5. A curated brief of current and past civil and criminal filings nationwide including filing history and judgement if any.
    6. Details of Plaintiff and Plaintiff Claim ( if available in the prosecution database)
    7. Case number
    8. One consultation session.

    Advanced Travel Ban Check in UAE

    Most suited for entrepreneurs and owners of small businesses who might have had contract breaches or financial defaults in the past.

    1. Statutory lookup of Complete case filings including civil and criminal.
    2. Identify travel bans in the UAE
    3. Identify Labor bans with Ministry of Labor (Standard and advanced plans only)
    4. Identify Travel ban extensions to five GCC states including Qatar, Saudia, Oman, Bahrain and Libya.(Standard and advanced plans only)
    5. Identify Interpol Red notices issued from the UAE
    6. A curated brief of current and past civil and criminal filings nationwide including filing history and judgement if any.
    7. Details of Plaintiff and Plaintiff Claim ( if available in the prosecution database)
    8. Case number
    9. One consultation session.

    Advanced litigation checks have no limit on the number of filings and also include Interpol look ups and travel ban extension to other GCC countries.

    How can i know if can travel to other GCC states while having an immigration ban in the UAE?

    Travel Ban extension to other GCC states is available with Standard Travel Ban Check plans of Wirestork.

    Less and till there has been an arrest and present order from  UAE courts for major financial crimes, you can travel to other GCC countries without fear.

    The UAE is signatory to the Riyadh Convention which has 18 state signatories, from across the Arab world (the UAE, Jordan, Bahrain, Tunisia, Algeria, Djibouti, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Somalia, Iraq, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania and Yemen). The GCC Convention, by contrast, is limited to just the six members of the GCC: the UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar and Kuwait.

    Article 1 of the GCC Convention states that “each of the GCC countries shall execute the final judgments issued by the courts of any member state in civil, commercial and administrative cases…”.

    In order for a judgment to be enforceable, the originating court must have had jurisdiction in accordance with the definition in the Convention. The various jurisdictional gateways are set out in Article 4 and are as follows:

    1. domicile or residence of the defendant in the jurisdiction;
    2. disputes relating to the activity of a branch in the jurisdiction;
    3. disputes about the performance of a contract which took place or should have taken place in the jurisdiction;
    4. disputes about acts which occurred in the jurisdiction;
    5. the existence of a jurisdiction agreement; and
    6. submission to the jurisdiction by defending the action.

    It’s always advisable to check on the current status of legal filings in the UAE using the Travel ban option on wirestork.com menu.

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