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Foreigner on 1,800 day overstay was trying to get sick notes for visa hopefuls at hospitals


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Oh the cops would have known exactly who he was, where he was living, what he was doing etc. As do they for all of us.   More like the payments stopped or he no longer was of any use or bene

There is a saying.... You cant fix stupid, and that man is stupid, on overstay and doing that... Stupid.

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Another entrepreneur who was trying to make a buck and who knows what else.  Maybe he was working for a Visa agent and thought he was clean and clear. To be paying a bribe to a doctor to write the notes was obviously his downfall. Looks like he also lied to police as to who he really was.  You need to read the Article, it reads like a short story about deceit, corruption and true investigative capabilities of the Keystone cops.

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Something I don't understand. He has been on overstay so long and now tries to get a medical certificate to get an extension at the immigration. Doesn't make sense to me. The certificate wouldn't have changed his overstay. He obviously also had his own amnesty all the years and never cared about immigration laws. Perhaps just another mysterious story? 

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"Firoozi said that he had contacted many hospitals trying to get doctors to issue medical certificates and most of them had refused."

 

How much hope that the ones who conspired in the fraud will be held to account?

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I guess he just failed to understand that the "amnesty" only applies to people who were allowed to stay until at least 26th March, assumed that it also applies to him and that by getting an extension now he would be able to become legit again.

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Mr. Firoozi sounds like another version of Sri Lankan Tony from the airport duty free shoplifting scam they had going at the airport years back.

 

Brought in to 'negotiate' or 'translate' but in this case he was doing the dirty work of getting fake sick notes rather than extorting cash from scared tourists. 

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