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Philippine Consulate to Filipinos on visit visa: You will receive necessary support

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The Consulate General of the Philippines in the Emirate has annnounced that Filipinos on visit visa and affected by the border closure will receive necessary support to legitimately stay in the country.

In a statement, the consulate added that those persons affected Filipinos holding tourist/visit visas in the UAE and have been affected due to the closure of air and land borders will receive necessary support by granting them permission to stay legitimately in the country until the ongoing border closures are over and they are able to return to theor country of origin.

“Please await specific guidelines on said permit that will be announced by ICA in the coming days,” the statement added.

Those who need immediate assistance are urged to contact the following contact numbers:

WhatsApp: +971 56 417 7558

Assistance-to-Nationals: +971 56 501 5755 or +971 56 501 5756

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