Dubai: A Syrian woman gets an exceptional entry visa along with her 3 children. This all happened when a traveler woman had a transit at Dubai airport. And, she was severely ill. The airport authorities got concerned about her deteriorating health condition.
Upon the medical check-up, the doctors found that she was pregnant and needed emergency treatment. The Director-General Major General Muhammad Ahmad Al-Marri, ordered the issuance of entry visas instantly so that she may enter the country and get the best treatment.
According to the renowned newspaper, “Emirates Today”, Iman Obaid Al-Uqla (29-year-old Syrian) told that she was flying back to Beirut and, had a short transit period in Dubai. She was coming from Oman along with her 3 children.
But, at Dubai airport, she became severely ill due to the pregnancy. And the dates as told by the doctors to give birth were due in the next few days.
The DG of the General Administration of Residency and Foreigners Affairs, Major General Muhammad Ahmed Al-Marri, took the initiative on her bad health condition and ordered the issuance of entry visas to the country. so that she could be able to obtain the necessary treatment.
“After I and my three children obtained an entry visa within half an hour, and as I recovered, I headed to the Emirate of Abu Dhabi to my brothers residing there, then to the hospital in which I gave birth to triplets (two girls and a boy),” she told the newspaper.
She further stated that she has begun procedures to change her status and her children by starting a job to issue a residence permit, as she is eager to permanently live and stay in Dubai.
She said, “The UAE is one of the most secure and safe countries in the world, and every person dreams of having the opportunity to live in it.”
She also thanked Major General Mohammed Al Marri for his timely initiative that saved her and her children’s lives and enabled her to give birth to her 3 children in a safe and healthy environment.