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Philippines deports 21 Chinese nationals linked to illegal online gambling

The Philippines Bureau of Immigration has deported 21 Chinese nationals linked to illegal online gambling. “The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has announced the second batch of illegal deportations related to online gambling,” the Philippines Bureau of Immigration said in a Facebook post.

According to BI Commissioner Norman Tansingco, 21 additional Chinese nationals boarded a Philippine Airlines flight to Wuhan, China on the afternoon of November 2. This comes after the first group of six Chinese nationals were deported on October 19. Subjects were escorted by officers from BI’s Warden Facility. Protection Unit, Border Control and Intelligence Unit and Intelligence Division.

BI earlier announced that it would implement the deportation of more than 300 foreign nationals, mostly Chinese citizens, who were arrested by local law enforcement for their involvement in online gambling. illegal. Tansingco said it reported the update to Justice Department Secretary Jesus Crispin Remulla, who witnessed and monitored the departure of the first group of deportees.

“We will ensure that those involved in illegal activities are deported and blacklisted,” Tansingco said. “It’s about creating a safe space for foreign nationals who comply with immigration policies and who are here legally in the country,” he added. Tansingco said it expects the next batch to be implemented soon, as they are in close coordination with the Chinese Embassy for the timely issuance of travel documents for deportees. (ANI)

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