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HSBC Staffer, Graphic Designer Held

Published: 25th November 2014 06:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th November 2014 06:05 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The Task Force police on Monday arrested two persons, including an HSBC employee, for preparing fake Visas to sell them to needy customers. Police seized 11 fake Visas of Canada, South Africa and Tanzania.

The arrested persons are -- Syed Asadullah (27), HSBC employee, and Syed Imran (35), a graphic designer at Kauser Agency Printing Press and a resident of Yakutpura.

Asadullah, after completion of his graduation (B Sc Electronics), went to the UK in 2008 on a study Visa and studied M.Sc IT from Oxford College. Later, in 2012, he visited Singapore on a visitor Visa for one month and gained experience of entry and exit formalities while visiting other countries. While he was searching for earning easy money, he came in contact with Syed Imran. They both planned to make fake entry and exit immigration stamps on old passport Xerox copies of the Visa applicants to create a positive opinion on applicants to the concerned Visa issuing authorities that they are having travel history record and accordingly to obtain Visa.

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