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Tanjungpinang Immigration Deported 11 Foreigners in 2 Months, Here's The Reason

Throughout 2020 there were 11 foreigners deported by Immigration Class I Tanjung Pinang. Here's the reasons why Immigration deported the foreigners.

Tanjungpinang Immigration Deported 11 Foreigners in 2 Months, Here's The Reason
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Head of Immigration Class I Tanjungpinang Irwanto Suhaili when delivering a foreigner from Malaysia who will be deported, Tuesday (02/18/2020) 

TRIBUNBATAM.id - Immigration Class I Tanjungpinang deported a foreigner from Malaysia.

Foreigner with the identity of Maniarusu (40) were deported after serving 8 years in prison at Narcotics Prison.

"We got a handover from Narcotics Prison yesterday, and deportation will be carried out through Tanjungpinang International port," said Tanjungpinang Class I Immigration Chief Irwanto Suhaili, Tuesday (18/2/2020).

He conveyed, this deportation was also carried out by blocking the foreigners.

"It means it can no longer enter Indonesia, because there is already a ban," he said again.

He stated, throughout 2020 there were 11 foreigners deported by Immigration Class I Tanjung Pinang.

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"The deported foreigners are of Malaysian and Vietnamese nationality," he said.

While the data in 2019, there were 50 foreigners who were deported.

"So in the form of any criminal act, and after going through the process until the court's decision, and serving a sentence there will be deportation in accordance with applicable regulations," he said. (Tribunbatam.id/endrakaputra)

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