Don’t using fake visa document

Azra Solution,Banten – Immigration Department I TPI Special Soekarno Hatta Airport (Soetta) arrested a foreign citizen (WNA) when he was about to enter Indonesia.
The foreigner was barred from entering Indonesia for using a fake Mexican passport.
“The foreigner has the initials EW,” said Tito Andrianto, Head of the TPI Special Category I Immigration Office.
EW became a suspect after the immigration team collected two valid and convincing pieces of evidence.

“Immigration crimes of entering foreigners at 18.00 on June 4, 2022 until WIB using fake passports to enter foreigners through Terminal 3 of Soetta Airport.
The suspect EW used Garuda Airlines flight GA875 from Japan to Indonesia.
Tito previously explained that officers suspected electronic warfare after conducting an immigration check. According to him, the observation of physical characteristics does not indicate Mexican or Latino.

“EW actually has the appearance characteristics of being of Chinese ancestry, and an EW who doesn’t speak Spanish or English will raise suspicions. EW can actually speak Mandarin fluently.
The officer once again found irregularities in the cover and stitching of the visa section in the passport. “The passports used have been changed, not neat,” he added.

Tito said his party then carried out a forensic examination of the document using the VSC-80i device. From the inspection, it was found that the passport used by EW was fake.
“This finding is also reinforced by a statement from the Mexican Embassy in Jakarta which stated that the name EW
and the birth certificate number is not registered in the Civil Registry and EW’s name is not registered in the national regional passport issuance system,” said Tito.

He explained that starting with the arrest of suspect EW, a number of evidences were obtained, including fake Mexican passports in the name of EW, printed electronic visas for the Republic of Indonesia, boarding passes, election cards for Mexico and Japan. permanent residence, a Mexican driver’s license, and some ATM cards.

For his actions, EW was charged with Article 119 paragraph 2 of the Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 6 of 2011 concerning Immigration. EW faces a maximum sentence of 5 years in prison and a maximum fine of IDR 500 million.
“To explain his actions, the suspect EW was detained in the Class II-A Youth Prison in Tangerang during an examination,” he explained.
Tito said that investigators are currently looking for parties involved in the use of fake travel documents. In addition, Tito said, with the increasing number of people entering and leaving the territory of the Republic of Indonesia through Soeta International Airport,
it will raise awareness about the possibility of using fake passports from/or other immigration documents.

So, start being orderly in completing your Visa documents when you want to go to Indonesia

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