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Big Oud unties the knot! Three Indians busted on fake marriage visas

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Immigration chief Lt-Gen Sompong “Big Oud” Chingduang announced the arrest of three Indians – two men and a woman – who had been living in Thailand for years on fake marriage licences. 

Big Oud unties the knot!  Three Indians busted on fake marriage visas | News by Samui Times

They were named as Ajay, 40, Manoj, 35 and Ms Sandeep 26. 

Ajay was arrested when he went to Khok Samrong district in Lopburi for a tenth year extension to his marriage visa. His wife Bee was not with him and his documents were found to have been falsified. 

Manoj was a similar case. He was renewing for the fourth year at Huay Khwang in Bangkok. He had married Wanyee. His documents had a fake Indian embassy stamp among other falsifications. 

Sandeep was married to a man called Sakchai and was arrested in Non Sang district of Nong Bualamphu in the north east. This case involved the connivance of corrupt local officials, said the Lt-Gen.

All those arrested will be deported and blacklisted and all other matters are currently awaiting court warrants. 

Thai Visa /  INN

Big Oud unties the knot!  Three Indians busted on fake marriage visas | News by Samui Times
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