Saturday, June 2, 2012

Kuwait busts visa-trafficking racket

Kuwait has arrested two men, a Gulf national and an Arab, for their alleged involvement in an extensive visa-trafficking racket Kuwait has arrested two men, a Gulf national and an Arab, for their alleged involvement in an extensive visa-trafficking racket.
The pair allegedly brought into Kuwait 95 foreigners who paid them a total of KD130,000 for their visas.
The Gulf national reportedly claimed he had 15 companies and that he needed the visas to help bring in workers from abroad.
The Arab national allegedly sold the visas to the foreigners lured by lucrative contracts in the country. However, the police discovered that the companies did not exist and that the foreigners were told to look for jobs in the country on the "free visa" basis.

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