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    Two detained in Georgia for forging US visas

    by | Feb 6, 2015
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    (Interpressnews.)

    TBILISI, DFWatch–Two people were detained in Georgia on Friday for making fake US visas.

    Police working together with staff of the US embassy’s security department found that two people – a man about 40 and a woman about 50 – were making forged documents for USD 18,000, the Interior Ministry said.

    The woman promised a Georgian citizen to make a fake US visa and charged 336 laris, the visa application fee.

    The two were also preparing fake documents about job places, which is required to have in order to apply for a US visa.

    The accused woman was also preparing fake Polish visas and falsifying in other documents required to get a visa.

    Police confiscated a total of USD 29,000 and EUR 2,000 that they made on the scam.

    According to the ministry, the two pleaded guilty.



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