-A 6-year-old girl who believed to be a Filipina is now under the care of a Pakistani national
-The Pakistani national wants to adopt the girl but is having a problem with her documents
-According to reports, the little girl was abandoned by her biological mother when she was just one year old
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A 6-year-old girl named Fhatima, who believed to be a Filipina, was abandoned by her biological mother whe she was only one.
The little girl was left under tha care of a Pakistani couple in the United Arab Emirates.
But years later, the Pakistani couple had trouble with their living and had Fathima adopted by another Pakistani national, Syed Ali Moazzam.
According to a report from GMA News, Fhatima has no legal documents.
The little girl has no birth record, no surname, no Emirates ID, or visa, or even passport.
That's why the young girl has not yet enrolled in a school before.
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Moazzam, seek help from the Philippine Embassy.
But Philippines Consul General Paul Raymond Cortes said they need to prove that there are "blood relation" to prove that Fhatima is a Filipina.
The problem is there is no one start the DNA with.
The report said that there is a Filipina in UAE they suspected to be Fhatima's biological mother, but she denied it.
Moazzam is willing to adopt the kid legally and would do anything for her.
"If no one else wants this child I am ready to adopt her and will send her to school and do all that, that's why I am trying to get documents, and that's why I contacted the newspaper," Moazzam said.
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