The truth about leaving a debt behind in Dubai

Common myths explained by the debt team at Detained in Dubai.
Woman unjustly detained in UAE finally freed after UN complaint, now at home on coronavirus lockdown

After two and a half years behind bars in Sharjah’s infamous central prison, 58 year old Indian woman, Mary D’Souza, has finally been released and returned to her family in India.
Press Release: UK Courts Rule Today Against UAE's Application to Extradite Michael Halliday

This afternoon [22nd December 2015], the Westminster Magistrates Court ruled against the UAE's Application to Extradite Michael Halliday who had been accused in the UAE of breach of trust; which they argued in Court was the equivalent in the UK of Theft and Fraud.
The Guardian Reports: Gay Briton fights extradition to Dubai

Radha Stirling, founder and CEO of Detained in Dubai fully supports Mr Halliday's defence and anticipates a favourable judgment.  
Happy New Year from Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai and host of Gulf in Justice

“What an incredible year in so many ways, full of ups and downs, of setbacks and progress.  We have seen such unprecedented abuses within the prisons, with the covid umbrella of protection against questions.  We have seen governments and embassies overrun with pleadings ...
The United Arab Emirates is trying to rebrand its image by making changes to its 'antiquated' legal system

Like many expatriates in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Australian Frances McGregor thinks Dubai is a modern and glamorous place to call home.This is a city that boasts the world's tallest building, the world's largest shopping mall, a water park just for dogs, and traf...
“Success makes you vulnerable in Dubai” with “no dirty trick off the books”

The UAE invests a great deal in media advertising; marketing the country globally as a desirable tourist destination and hub for business. It can be disconcerting because one can be looking at an Emirates advertisement on one side of their newspaper, while reading anothe...
Qatar’s series of attacks against Australians:  Radha Stirling discusses Lukman Thalib & Ismail Talib arrests

Radha Stirling, founder of Detained in Doha, an organisation who assists those who face injustice in Qatar, issued a statement on the detention of Australian nationals who have been held without charge since July.  Stirling, who founded Detained in Dubai in 2008 and the ...
Radha Stirling lodges criminal complaint against Dubai newspaper reporter for criminal slander

Radha Stirling, CEO and founder of Detained in Dubai who has lodged a criminal police complaint against a Gulf News journalist and local attorney for criminal defamation against her in Derrin Crawford case under federal cybercrime laws.
Investor beware: Israelis face unique risks in the UAE

The rules are rigged – what's earned in the UAE is likely to stay in the UAE – and the more successful you are, the higher the risk
The truth about leaving a debt behind in Dubai

Common myths explained by the debt team at Detained in Dubai.
Woman unjustly detained in UAE finally freed after UN complaint, now at home on coronavirus lockdown

After two and a half years behind bars in Sharjah’s infamous central prison, 58 year old Indian woman, Mary D’Souza, has finally been released and returned to her family in India.
Press Release: UK Courts Rule Today Against UAE's Application to Extradite Michael Halliday

This afternoon [22nd December 2015], the Westminster Magistrates Court ruled against the UAE's Application to Extradite Michael Halliday who had been accused in the UAE of breach of trust; which they argued in Court was the equivalent in the UK of Theft and Fraud.
The Guardian Reports: Gay Briton fights extradition to Dubai

Radha Stirling, founder and CEO of Detained in Dubai fully supports Mr Halliday's defence and anticipates a favourable judgment.  
Happy New Year from Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai and host of Gulf in Justice

“What an incredible year in so many ways, full of ups and downs, of setbacks and progress.  We have seen such unprecedented abuses within the prisons, with the covid umbrella of protection against questions.  We have seen governments and embassies overrun with pleadings ...
The United Arab Emirates is trying to rebrand its image by making changes to its 'antiquated' legal system

Like many expatriates in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Australian Frances McGregor thinks Dubai is a modern and glamorous place to call home.This is a city that boasts the world's tallest building, the world's largest shopping mall, a water park just for dogs, and traf...
“Success makes you vulnerable in Dubai” with “no dirty trick off the books”

The UAE invests a great deal in media advertising; marketing the country globally as a desirable tourist destination and hub for business. It can be disconcerting because one can be looking at an Emirates advertisement on one side of their newspaper, while reading anothe...
Qatar’s series of attacks against Australians:  Radha Stirling discusses Lukman Thalib & Ismail Talib arrests

Radha Stirling, founder of Detained in Doha, an organisation who assists those who face injustice in Qatar, issued a statement on the detention of Australian nationals who have been held without charge since July.  Stirling, who founded Detained in Dubai in 2008 and the ...
Radha Stirling lodges criminal complaint against Dubai newspaper reporter for criminal slander

Radha Stirling, CEO and founder of Detained in Dubai who has lodged a criminal police complaint against a Gulf News journalist and local attorney for criminal defamation against her in Derrin Crawford case under federal cybercrime laws.
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