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A final thing worth noting is that, while alcohol can be bought in Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah is a ‘dry’ emirate, meaning that it is illegal to make the trip through it from Ras Al Khaimah to Dubai with alcohol.

Cohabitation with a significant other (of the opposite sex), without being married, is a serious crime.

However, the age may be extended by the court if it is deemed to be in the best interests of the child.

A male child will then stay in the care of his father until he becomes a teenager (13 years old), while a girl will stay with the father until she is married, or is earning enough to cover her own living costs.

Driving under the influence of alcohol is a very serious crime.

Sometimes drink-driving will land you immediately in jail, followed by deportation if you’re an expat. Any drink-driving offence will leave you with 24 ‘black points’ on your licence, which means an immediate three-month suspension of your UAE driving licence.

Step outside the venue, or get into a taxi that is subsequently involved in an incident that alerts the police, and more often than not the passenger will be checked for alcohol consumption.

“Muslims are not allowed to drink alcohol,” says Al Rowaad Advocates and Legal Consultants Senior Partner Hassan Moshen Elhais.“If there is an illegitimate relation between [people who are cohabiting] it is considered a crime of voluntary debasement,” says Samia Al Heraki from Bin Haider Advocates & Legal Consultants.Transgressing the cohabitation laws carries a jail sentence of up to three years, followed by deportation, or an immediate deportation.delivers a comprehensive guide to the facts of living safe and above the law in the region.Drinking in licensed establishments is permitted under UAE law for non-Muslims.And in a reflection of local traditional gender roles, generally upon divorce a mother will be given custody while the father becomes his child’s guardian. In that case, the mother’s sister may take care of the child.