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Australians are eligible for a free 30-day visitor visa-on-arrival.

You can extend this at a UAE immigration office a further 30 days for United Arab Emirates Dirhams (AED) 600.

The Criminal Code of Algeria makes it illegal to soliciting to sell sex and to aid, assist or protect the prostitution of others; to share the profits of a person who is regularly engaged in prostitution; to live with a person who is regularly engaged in prostitution; and to procuring a person for prostitution.

The code also prohibits keeping, managing, causing to operate, financing, or contributing to the financing of an establishment for the purpose of prostitution.

The Antigua and Barbuda Sexual Offences Act 1995 makes it illegal to knowingly live off the earning of a prostitute and to manage or act or assist in the management of a brothel which includes being the tenant or occupier who knowingly permits the premises to be used for the purposes of prostitution.

Procuring a person for prostitution, whether or not that person is already a prostitute or an ‘inmate of a brothel’, either in Antigua and Barbuda or elsewhere is illegal.

If you're travelling to and through the UAE on a diplomatic and official passport, you must have a visa before travelling.

Penalties increase when the offence is committed against a minor under the age of 18 or when accompanied by threats, duress, violence, assault, abuse of authority, or fraud and in cases of international trafficking for the purposes of prostitution when the “victims of the offence are delivered into prostitution outside the Algerian territory.” HIV testing is officially voluntary.

Buying sex is not illegal except insofar as it violates Sharia law.

The Fifth Amendment guarantees that no person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without “due process of law.” This means that any action such as arrest, imprisonment or deportation, must be in accordance with the law, whether it is local, state or national law.

The Fourteenth Amendment also guarantees this right, and it emphasizes that everyone must be treated equally under the law.

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