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Indian Migration Firm Charged Over $4 Million Australian Visa Fraud

The firm head and other accused were arrested after, despite an undertaking in the court last year, he failed to refund all the victims.

Police in India have charged the head of an immigration firm and three others with cheating and criminal conspiracy over a $4 million dollar fraud that allegedly left 373 visa aspirants out of pocket.

The police in the union territory of Chandigarh charged Arvind Ashat of the Foreign Horizon Overseas Consultants, his wife and firm director Tanisha Ashat and two employees of the firm, telling the court they should stand trial in the case.

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1 Comment

  1. Raj

    July 1, 2018 at 10:35 pm

    India Govindha Govindha. poor Australia, will have a major shortage of punjabi cross belts in the petrol station toilet cleaning sector. The iyers and iyenCARS are more tahn happy to fill these jobs to clean the petrol stations.
    NamOm wants them to do a Ghar Wapsi to keep India clean. goindha goindha

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