Ateeq Al-Remeithi, the consul general of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in Karachi, has remarked that a large number of people in Pakistan on a work visa are infringing on the rights of children under the Wadeema Law.
These laws, according to Al-Remeithi in an interview with Geo News, guarantee children’s rights to education, decent living conditions, and other amenities. However, the majority of Pakistanis living in the UAE insist that their kids stay at home.
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He disclosed that many Pakistani families disobey this law and deprive their children of their rights. In order to prevent families from breaking the rules, he said, Emirates will implement strict measures such as deportation and a ban.
The UAE will alter its visa requirements for incoming applicants, according to the consul general. But he made it clear that people with visit visas are exempt from the Wadeema Law.
An earlier denial of the UAE’s alleged visa ban on several Pakistani cities came from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA). The statement claims that all Pakistanis are qualified for all types of visas in the UAE.