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Thursday, June 06, 2019

BI Cancels Work Permit for Over 500 Aliens In the Philippines

The Immigration Bureau has carried out its biggest alien visa cancellation for foreign workers.

Many of them have been found working in the country with fraudulent visas following the agency’s intensified crackdown illegal aliens in the Philippines.


The Immigration Bureau has carried out its biggest alien visa cancellation for foreign workers.    Many of them have been found working in the country with fraudulent visas following the agency’s intensified crackdown illegal aliens in the Philippines.          Ads    According to Immigration Chief Jaime Morente, six companies were placed under post-auditing of visas and found that some of their foreign workers submitted fake Alien Employment Permits (AEP). AEP is an important requirement for foreign workers.  “I have directed the intelligence division to conduct a case build-up against said companies after receiving information that they have petitioned foreign nationals by submitting fake documents,” said Morente.  However, Morente did not mention the name of the companies. He said the companies were from Manila, Paranaque, and Caloocan, and were involved in consultancy, residential sales, tutorial, and information technology.    Ads          Sponsored Links    Among the aliens whose visa were canceled are 259 Indians, 230 Chinese, 14 Koreans, 11 Japanese, 5 Taiwanese, 3 Vietnamese, and a German, Burmese, Nigerian, Nepalese, Sudanese, and a Yemeni.    “The BI, through the Intelligence Division, is revitalizing its campaign of eradicating illegal foreign workers in the country,” Morente added.    These 528 foreigners will be blacklisted and deported immediately.

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According to Immigration Chief Jaime Morente, six companies were placed under post-auditing of visas and found that some of their foreign workers submitted fake Alien Employment Permits (AEP). AEP is an important requirement for foreign workers.

“I have directed the intelligence division to conduct a case build-up against said companies after receiving information that they have petitioned foreign nationals by submitting fake documents,” said Morente.

However, Morente did not mention the name of the companies. He said the companies were from Manila, Paranaque, and Caloocan, and were involved in consultancy, residential sales, tutorial, and information technology.

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Among the aliens whose visa were canceled are 259 Indians, 230 Chinese, 14 Koreans, 11 Japanese, 5 Taiwanese, 3 Vietnamese, and a German, Burmese, Nigerian, Nepalese, Sudanese, and a Yemeni.

“The BI, through the Intelligence Division, is revitalizing its campaign of eradicating illegal foreign workers in the country,” Morente added.

These 528 foreigners will be blacklisted and deported immediately.
The Immigration Bureau has carried out its biggest alien visa cancellation for foreign workers.    Many of them have been found working in the country with fraudulent visas following the agency’s intensified crackdown illegal aliens in the Philippines.        Ads    According to Immigration Chief Jaime Morente, six companies were placed under post-auditing of visas and found that some of their foreign workers submitted fake Alien Employment Permits (AEP). AEP is an important requirement for foreign workers.  “I have directed the intelligence division to conduct a case build-up against said companies after receiving information that they have petitioned foreign nationals by submitting fake documents,” said Morente.  However, Morente did not mention the name of the companies. He said the companies were from Manila, Paranaque, and Caloocan, and were involved in consultancy, residential sales, tutorial, and information technology.    Ads      Sponsored Links    Among the aliens whose visa were canceled are 259 Indians, 230 Chinese, 14 Koreans, 11 Japanese, 5 Taiwanese, 3 Vietnamese, and a German, Burmese, Nigerian, Nepalese, Sudanese, and a Yemeni.    “The BI, through the Intelligence Division, is revitalizing its campaign of eradicating illegal foreign workers in the country,” Morente added.    These 528 foreigners will be blacklisted and deported immediately.      ©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

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