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US News Dubai hospital tells British father and his wife 'they must pay £100,000 to take their newborn daughter back' after mother unexpectedly gave birth while in the country

07:32  26 september  2019
07:32  26 september  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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£ 100 , 000 to take their newborn daughter back ’ after mother unexpectedly gave birth while in A British mother whose UK visa was rejected for allegedly taking the wrong type of English test that the country 's top NMC Royal Hospital will not give her baby back until she clears a bill of almost £

"We wanted her to give birth at a government hospital but everything spiralled so quickly we didn’t As the couple didn't plan on delivering their daughter in Dubai , they did not have any insurance. Azhar added that his new wife was also in the country on a student visa, which meant she would be

a person posing for the camera: Syeda Khola Adnan, 23, had her UK visa rejected as she allegedly took the wrong type of English IELTS test needed to move to Birmingham with British husband Azhar Saleem © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Syeda Khola Adnan, 23, had her UK visa rejected as she allegedly took the wrong type of English IELTS test needed to move to Birmingham with British husband Azhar Saleem A British father faces having to find £100,000 before a hospital in Dubai will allow his premature baby to fly to the UK after his wife prematurely gave birth in the Emirate, he claimed yesterday.

Azhar Saleem, 26, from Birmingham said medics are refusing to hand over tiny Amal, who weighed less than a pound when she was born 23 weeks prematurely in July, until the hospital bill is paid.

Azhar and his wife Syeda Khola Adnan, 23, had hoped their daughter would be born in England, but Syeda was refused a visa and was still in Dubai when she went into labour unexpectedly while they were already visiting a foetal specialist.

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“We wanted her to give birth at a government hospital but everything spiralled so quickly we didn’t HEFTY BILL. Azhar added that his new wife was also in the country on a student visa Syeda said the Dubai hospital had threatened legal action and the doctor advised they wouldn’t give their baby

The family's medical bill at the NMC Royal Hospital is currently at £100,000 and they fear it may top £200,000 by the time the child, who is still very ill, is allowed out.   

Ms Adnan became pregnant in January this year, and applied for a UK visa in March when expecting her baby to be born in October. 

She gave birth to Amal 23 weeks early but did not expect to give birth in Dubai.

She had severe complications with her pregnancy and had to have a C-section to deliver the baby in the NMC Royal Hospital after being told her daughter 'wouldn't make it' if she wasn't delivered immediately, the family say.

Baby Amal was born weighing less than a tin of baked beans at just 14 ounces (396 grams).

She does not have insurance to pay for the medical bill, and Amal is still critically ill in hospital.

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Child maintenance can be paid to the father or the mother , depending on who is looking after the "A man with young children could wait 15 years or more, and have to pay his share of the mortgage in the meantime." "If the paying parent earns more, their ex-partner can apply to the court for additional

A British expat couple are facing an NHS bill of £ 40, 000 after their baby was born prematurely while on a trip The Nigerian mother who left the NHS with a bill of more than £ 500, 000 after giving birth to One of the largest hospitals in the country was left chasing a bill of more than £ 500, 000 from a

Their medical bills are still climbing and mother Ms Adnan is expecting to face a £200,000 bill.

a hand holding a baby: Mother Ms Adnan, 23, does not have insurance to pay for the medical bill, and baby Amal (above) is still critically ill in hospital. Their baby's medical bills are still climbing and her mother is expecting to face a £200,000 bill © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mother Ms Adnan, 23, does not have insurance to pay for the medical bill, and baby Amal (above) is still critically ill in hospital. Their baby's medical bills are still climbing and her mother is expecting to face a £200,000 bill

She has so far raised £14,257 of her £100,000 goal to raise money for her baby's care online via a Go Fund Me page.

She wrote online: 'We really need help to bring my baby home, any kind of help would be appreciated. you don't realise the situations you can find yourself in until you find yourself in them. 

'I have never thought of asking for help before in my life, but sometimes you have to bite the bullet and your pride and do everything you can to bring your loved ones, in this instance our baby home'.

MailOnline has contacted NMC Royal Hospital for comment. 

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