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Immigration Bureau Arrest Passport and Visa Faking Indians

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The Immigration Bureau was able to arrest a group of Indians that were faking their visas and passports in order to work overseas.

Bangkok, July 26, 2013 [PDN]: Police Maj. General Sakda Chuenpakdee together with Police Maj. Colonel Ronnasil Pusara of the Immigration Bureau ,held a press conference regarding the arrest of an Indian gang that were caught faking their visas and passports. The group or gang consisted of 4 individuals aged 24, 34, 36 and 68, all 4 were Indian nationals.

Mr. Rundawa, aged 68, who was the head of the group said that the group were looking for Indian or Nepali people that were interested in working overseas. He said that each customer was obliged to pay 600,000 THB in order to be sent to a country overseas. From checking Mr. Rundawa’s criminal record, it was known that he had been caught illegally sending 26 Nepalis to Australia before.

The arrested suspects are still denying all accusations, but police have charged them for faking documents and other allegations.

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