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Jaipur: Cases filed against 5 Chinese nationals for living without foreigner’s registration

The five were working with a telecom company and lived in an apartment on Jaisingh Highway.

February 1, 2018, 11:43 am

Jaipur police

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Jaipur: Intelligence officials have identified 5 Chinese people employed illegally in a telecom company in the Sardar police station area. The legal process for their work and residence in the city was found to be incomplete. The police have registered a case with Sardar police station. Intelligence officials in the region had received information that a a telecom company had foreign employees working and living illegally in the city. After receiving information, a CID-CB started investigating the matter. The team found out that Chinese citizen Wang Lijhi’s work visa had expired on September 26 however he was still working with the company. Apart from this the details of four other Chinese citizens also came to light. These men were living in apartment building on Jaisingh Highway. The accommodation was provided to them by the company and the flat they were living in belongs to a man named Jagdish Narayan Kaviraj. A report on this matter was prepared by SI Mahendra Singh. According to the rules, it is mandatory for the owner of a house accommodating foreign nationals to send the C-Form to Registration Officer within 24 hours in compliance with the Foreigners Act. In this case, there was neither a form sent nor any information given to the Foreign Registration office. In order to complete this procedure, a registration has to be done a user ID and password has to be obtained from the FRO.

First published: November 27, 2017