Visa trafficking company found hiring expat laborers for begging on streets

Kuwait Crime Published on: 27 January, 2020 @ 2:12 PM
Following the referral of an Arab mandoub and the owner of a company to the Public Prosecution for selling hundreds of commercial visas to expatriates, the Public Prosecution studied the company’s file and discovered that it had hired expatriate laborers for begging, reports Al-Anba daily.

A report about the referral of the company’s owner and mandoub was first published by the daily on Thursday. As per the report, two expatriate beggars were caught, and they revealed during interrogation that they were brought by the company.

Accordingly, a security block was placed on the company file in order to prevent the company from hiring any more laborers.

According to security sources, the security block was lifted, and the company sold commercial visa to hundreds of expatriates at sums ranging between KD 200 and KD 250.

Ministry of Interior will summon for investigations the officers who lifted the security block on the company which enabled the latter to practice its suspected activity.


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