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The number of days to get that notarization: Ten working days, with a fee of 100 dhs (US).

The amount won’t hurt much but the nuissance of going to the embassy and waiting for that ten working days is not a joke.

I arrived at the consulate at am because I was told people practically “camp” out there at the crack of dawn. There were countless others who have lined up for passport renewal, etc.

The embassy does NOT open until am but if you come at , expect to spend the rest of your day there until they close at 3 pm.

You have to go to the Japanese consulate to authenticate your signature and to ask for a document that certifies your nationality. They mean to say that non-Filipinos who want to sponsor relatives or friends living in the Philippines to come to Dubai need to go through an extra round of paper work that will cost them their time, money and sanity – the Japanese embassy doesn’t have a clue what the Philippine embassy requires, neither do they understand the need for it.

Just for the record, the said document or the notarization is NOT required by the UAE goverment.

In 1968, there were thirteen registered automobiles in Dubai. In 1995, Dubai had 640,000 residents; now there are more than 2.3 million.

At one point, during the building boom, the city had 30% of the world’s cranes in operation.

Perhaps there is, after all, some truth to be found in the clichés… Best time to visit is November-March, when temperatures are moderate – though in the past few years, January, once considered the optimum month to visit, has been overcast and rainy.

His alleged killer posed as a woman to get Azan to the roof of a building because he knew the boy would not follow a man without talking to his parents, reported Gulf News.

CCTV shows the suspect carrying a handbag and walking into a lift with a young boy.

I would like to thank the Philippine Consulate in Dubai for giving me something to write today. So a cousin who lives in the Philippines want to come visit me in Dubai.

I got her visa and plane tickets but was informed through hearsay* (there has been no official circular whatsoever) that there is a new policy for Filipinos traveling to Dubai on Tourist/Visit Visas: a document called “Affidavit of Support and Guarantee” containing the personal details of the sponsoring family member here in Dubai and declarations like “I guarantee that the subject (visitor) shall not be in any way or manner whatsoever a public burden in the UAE”, etc has to be notarized at the Philippine Consulate as this is a requirement at the Phillipine Immigration counters at the airport prior to departure. (Even with an official visa issued by the UAE Immigration plane tickets) Your butt stays put in the Philippines.For 33 years, he served as pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota.