Indian tourist to be deported after he was caught with a fake visa

vlcsnap-2013-07-31-07h21m32s232vlcsnap-2013-07-31-07h22m05s140An Indian national is getting a free ride out of Belize after he was caught attempting to use a fake visa permit in the country. He is 22-year-old Lovepreet Singh Dhaliwal, a Indian national student and tourist of Bilaspur District, Rampur, India. Yesterday, Immigration personnel caught the Indian national at the PGIA before 11am, just minutes after touching down in Belize after he exited a Taca Flight into Belize. The flight came in from El Salvador. Today, he was charged with one immigration offence for attempting to use a visa not issued by lawful authority. According to Immigration personnel, Dhaliwal had in his possession, an Indian passport # along with a fake visa, issued on June 21, 2013. The  Belmopan office was subsequently contacted to verify if a visa was indeed issued to him, but they were no such records found. With the cards stacked up against him, an unrepresented Dhaliwal pleaded guilty to the offense in Magistrate’s court this morning. He was fined $2,000 plus a $5.00 cost of court of which he was order to pay forthwith.  A removal ordbgbg   er was issued for his expulsion out of the country. He is to be deported back to his native country of Rampur Indian.

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