UAE suspends visas for Bangladeshis
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, October 06 - 2012 at 01:53
The UAE interior ministry has said it has stopped issuing all kinds of entry permits for Bangladeshi passport holders because of security concerns over identification and fake documents, Gulf News has reported. The suspension of issuing visas is not permanent and is not a ban, said Maj. Gen. Nasser Al Awadi Al Menhali, assistant undersecretary for naturalisation and residency and ports affairs at the ministry. The situation will return to normal once a number of issues are resolved by the government of Bangladesh, he added.
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