24 January 2013

Angola: Foreigners Accused of Work Visa's Faking Presented

Luanda — Ten Vietnamese citizens accused of faking work visas where presented on Wednesday by the Economic Police, at Luanda's Ingombota urban district, Angop has learnt.

The head of the inspection department of this organ of the Home Ministry, Cristiano Francisco, said the counterfeiter's gang used to operate in Benfica Commune, Belas Municipality, in a photo shop.

In their operation they used to get passports with valid visas, withdrew the photo of its owner and made a colored copy, in which they altered the data and put the photo of the foreign citizen in illegal situation, says the Police officer.

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