Pakistani expat arrested in Kuwait for forging 60 visas
The General Administration of Residency Affairs Investigation team arrested a Pakistani resident working as a Company Mandoub on charges of forging 60 visas for domestic workers of Indian nationals and selling them for 20,000 dinars.
According to reports, the domestic worker’s office made an agreement to process 60 visas, and the Pakistani had handed over 60 forged visas to an Indian employee and received 20,000 dinars in late February.
After the Corona pandemic, when the government offices are back to work, the domestic office approached the government office to replace them with a recent date. That time, it was discovered that the visas were forged.
Upon investigation, a team of residency investigation officers to arrest the accused. It was found that he is a specialist in forgery operations and possesses modern equipment that he brought from abroad specifically for forgery operations.