If you need to verify whether your US passport has been cancelled or revoked, contact the State Department by calling the National Passport Information Center at 877-487-2778.
The State Department may deny your passport application or revoke your current passport. If you're overseas, the State Department may issue you a limited validity passport good for direct return to the United States.
Check Your Passport Status by Phone
You can call the National Passport Information Center at 1-877-487-2778 or 1-888-874-7793 (TDD/TTY) to check on your status. The center is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Eastern Time, excluding federal holidays.
There are signs that will indicate you have been flagged for additional screenings: You were not able to print a boarding pass from an airline ticketing kiosk or from the internet. You were denied or delayed boarding. A ticket agent “called someone” before handing you a boarding pass.
If a passport is "flagged" the port of entry agent is to always conduct a secondary inspection. It means that there does not have to be probable case or a randum seach set up - both done because of civil liberties suits. Internationally...
The officer sees results from the first two scans—radiation and license plate—and follows up with the traveler's documents and questions about what they are bringing across the border. Currently, the officer compares the documents with records in CBP's database—just as it's done in the pedestrian lanes.
You can check the blacklist status of your visa by dialing the MoHRE with this number (80060) or by going through your sponsor and checking if any ban has been applied to you, or by contacting the immigration department.
First, you go to the Dubai Police Website (https://www.dubaipolice.gov.ae/) or download the Dubai Police app, which is available on both Android and iOS platforms. From the menu you choose “Criminal Status for Financial Cases” after you enter your ID number you will be able to check your travel ban.
Why does my status say "Not Available" after it was already "In Process"? You will see this update if we are experiencing temporary, technical issues with our Online Status Passport System. We recommend you check your status on another web browser or wait several minutes to check again.
Note: All citizens are requested to provide their correct cell number at Data Entry stage during passport processing, so that your passport application status can be shared on your cell number through SMS code 9988.
The vast majority of all passport applications are being dealt with well within 10 weeks. However, a passport can only be issued once all the checks have been completed satisfactorily and will take longer if applications are submitted with missing or incomplete information.
If you have been certified to the Department of State by the Secretary of the Treasury as having a seriously delinquent tax debt, you cannot be issued a U.S. passport and your current U.S. passport may be revoked.
Revoked U.S. Passport
The U.S. Department of State revokes passports that were: Obtained illegally or through fraud. Altered or misused. Issued to people whose Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization was canceled.
Thus, the word 'impounding" really means retention of possession of a good or a document which has been seized. Hence, while the police may have power to seize a passport under Section 102 Cr. P.C. if it is permissible within the authority given under Section 102 of Cr.
Names of individuals banned from leaving the UAE can be lifted from the blacklist by a written order published by the Public Prosecutor or his representative. The ban can be lifted after receiving written notice from the authority which issued the ban order.
Dubai: If you have a criminal case filed against you in the UAE or have certain civil or commercial cases in the country, a judge may apply travel restrictions on you, until the case has been heard by the court. However, you can submit a request to the Ministry of Justice to cancel a travel ban on you.
If you think your passport is 'blacklisted' by the Indian government, the only way to lift that sanction is to contact the Indian government. Applying for a visa does that and would get you an explanation of the problem, if any, and how to remedy it.
The reason for blacklist in UAE.
Committing the crime in court and deported from UAE. Unsettlement of the bank loan, credit card dues, and owing to the company. Have a criminal record in GCC countries.
The passport chip contains biometric information that is used to authenticate the identity of the passport holder. Your important information is printed on the data page of the passport and stored in the chip. This includes your name, date of birth and other biographic information.
There is no link to your criminal record from your passport. The chip on a biometric passport only stores a digitised image of your photograph and biographical details which are printed in your passport. You will be required to apply for a visa when travelling to certain countries (for example the USA and Australia).
RFID microchips have been embedded inside all passports issued since 2007 and securely store personal contact information. These chips are inside your passport in case it gets lost or stolen.