An (African) student thought that he could easily pass through Dubai Airport heading to Canada, using a forged residence visa, but the matter did not concern the Emirates Airlines security employee, who was suspicious, reported him, was arrested and referred to the Public Prosecution, and from there to court The felonies who used clemency with him because she was convinced that he would not commit this crime in the future.
By questioning the accused in the arrest report and the Public Prosecution’s investigations, he denied the accusation against him, and stated that he had been residing in another African country a month before the incident, and wanted to go to Canada to complete his studies, and he met a person in that country, and the latter informed him that he could help him obtain a visa. To Canada, since he had a lot of acquaintances in Canada, and asked him for a sum of money, and he gave it to him with the passport.
He added that this person returned his passport to him after 10 days and had a visa to Canada, so he traveled to the Emirates, and while he was trying to leave using the visa, he was stopped by an Emirates Airlines security employee, asking for permission to travel there, so he offered him the visa that the employee suspected, and informed him that it Forged, then report to the police.
In examining the case, the court confirmed that participation in forgery crimes often takes place without external manifestations or tangible physical actions that can be inferred, and thus it is sufficient to prove that the court is satisfied that it occurred from the circumstances and circumstances of the case.
She pointed out that in view of the incident, there was certain evidence that it was correct, given that the visa was completely forged, which indicates that the accused had resorted to obtaining the visa through an illegal way, with the help of another unknown, as it was proven that the forged document was used by presenting it to the airline employee.
Given the circumstances of the incident, the court considers that the accused will not commit this crime in the future, so it ruled that he be imprisoned for one and a half months, with a suspended sentence, and deported him from the state.
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