Finger print traps Indian expat trying to enter Kuwait using compatriots passport

The fingerprint machines at Kuwait International Airport played an important role in discovering an Indian expatriate attempt to enter the country with a passport belonging to an expatriate of the same nationality report Al Anba

Sources said that the expatriate confessed that she bought the passport from her Indian citizen who was working in the country and decided to return permanently and her passport was valid for a stay of four months for the equivalent of 250 dinars.

According to a security source, the officer at the airport in Kuwait noticed the difference of the fingerprint of an Indian expatriate from the fingerprint of the passport holder, and therefore the expatriate who confessed to buying the passport was arrested to be deported from the country.

Source : Arab Times


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