Police Special Fraud Unit (PSFU) Shows Concern Over Nigerians Submitting Fake Documents For Italian Visas
The Police Special Fraud Unit (PSFU), Lagos, has communicated worry over expanding number of Nigerians supposedly included in utilizing fake archives to look for Italian visa.
Representative of the unit, ASP Lawal Audu, uncovered this in Lagos on Sunday in a meeting.
He said the Italian Embassy sends a normal of 50 Nigerian Passports with fake records to SFU month to month.
Audu noticed that before now, Canada used to grumble of such high quantities of fake records, adding that consideration had moved to Italy now.
“The Italian Embassy sent to SFU around 50 Nigerian Passports month to month with grumblings of fashioned records.
”We have charged more than 15 people to court for introducing fake records amongst January and May, 2017.
“Records the candidates constantly fashioned incorporate bank articulations, medical coverage declarations, welcome letters from Italy, letters of presentation and letter of work from multinational organizations.
“Italian Consulate typically checks all supporting record for any candidate. They are exceptionally fastidious in checking.
“We have numerous international IDs with such protestations in expansive numbers.
“Once any international safe haven or high commission finds abnormalities in any application, they ask for the candidate to come to SFU for freedom; many never came to us.
”In the wake of sitting tight for quite a while, we go out to search for such candidates.
“A large number of the candidates utilized fake names and addresses. Indeed, even their cell phone numbers are with fake names and addresses. Some telephone numbers have babies names for enlistment,” Audu noted.
The picture producer said that a noteworthy test confronted by the unit was trouble in following candidates because of absence of national information for personality.