Men Travel To Sint Maarten With Fake Passport – Reports

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(UPDATE)

Two nationals of the Dominican Republic, who left Trinidad via a Caribbean Airlines flight, were arrested in St Maarten for travelling on fake documents.

According to a report from The Daily Herald, the man and woman arrived at the Princess Juliana International Airport on Saturday using a fake Costa Rican and Guatemalan passport.

The report said officials suspected the couple intended to travel to another destination even though they did not have tickets for another location.

Twenty-four hours earlier, another Dominican was arrested for attempting to leave the island for France on a fake Guatemalan passport.

They were processed and are scheduled to be deported this week

(LOOPNEWS) Earlier Report

Police in Sint Maarten arrested a man who arrived at the Princess Juliana International Airport with a fake passport on Sunday 2 February 2020.

Reports state the man with the initials T.P.C. travelled from Antigua to Sint Maarten with a falsified passport, which was detected by Immigration officers as he tried to go through immigration screening.

After verifying that the documents were indeed falsified, the suspect was arrested by the Alpha Team at the Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA).

The suspect was transported to the Police headquarters in Philipsburg where he is being held pending further investigation.

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12 COMMENTS

  1. What the article didn’t say is which country passport the traveler used. Can’t just assume it was a fake Antigua & Barbuda passport.

  2. Choopz.. Anybady surprise? Antigua passports have been making in Jamaica and other places long time… Check ppl who go Canada on Antigua passport without ever setting foot here..

  3. When a man travels from a country with a false document to another country it means that the country he originated from is a cartoon country!

  4. How come the fake passport was not detected in Antigua by travel agent and immigration if he did infact travelled from Antigua?

    • Antigua’s Immigration top priority is customer service not security.

      The Minister made it pellucid in his budget presentation what the priorities of Immigration should be, Customer service. customer service, customer service, not security.

      Profiling is a thing of the past smile and nod….

  5. If it was said that the Immigration priority is Customer Service and not Security well that is too bad. Why go through one’s passport when going through the immigration, is it not to make sure everything is correct, well if that is the case, fake passports will always slip through and Antigua/Barbuda will look like a loose country. Immigration is a FASHION-MODEL zone and customer service is very poor.
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