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Twelve Arrested with Fake U.S. Visas

In Bangkok, U.S. and Thai officials have reportedly arrested 12 Chinese nationals who were allegedly in possession of fake U.S. visas. They are now being accused of obtaining the fake visas in order to try to gain entry to the U.S. The suspects reportedly confessed to paying a man $24,000 for a forged visa and other expenses for a journey to the U.S. Now, the Chinese suspects could face up to 10 years in prison.

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Categories: Immigration, Visa Basics