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1 hold departure order on Tue May 08, 2018 10:54 am

Lunatika


Arresto Menor
hi. i was issued a passport just last month, april 2018. does that mean there is no hold departure order against me or i am not in the watchlist?
i have been issued a warrant of arrest in 1995 for several contracted loan from different financing companies. i was charged for estafa/bp22. i eluded arrest since i wasn't at home during those times and because of that, i went to the province. now, i have a good job and am due to leave the country for just 3 days for a vacation trip.
is there a possibility that i'll be held at the airport?
is there also a possibility that i'll be arrested upon arrival?i have read that an issued HDO is valid ony for 5 years and watchlist orders for 60 days. who requests for a HDO? the complainant? or is it automatic that the court submite HDOs for criminal cases such as mine?
i am due to leave this last week of the month. only for 3 days.
thanks a lot. i will appreciate a speedy and comprehensive response to this.

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2 Re: hold departure order on Thu May 10, 2018 2:29 pm

Lunatika


Arresto Menor
who files that HDO or the WLO? does the RTC issue them upon request of the complainant? is the expiration period for both 5 years and 60 days, respectively observed?

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3 Re: hold departure order on Fri May 11, 2018 7:54 am

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answered your pm


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