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Forging documents to obtain US visa led to imprisonment of a Filipino

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A Filipina, 22, got caught using fake documents to apply for a work visa at the US Embassy in Manila. 

Raven Gay Sinandoto Dablo was arrested by the NBI 7 on October 15 in a hotel along Salinas Drive, Cebu City. She was jailed after applying for an American visa with forged documents.

Renan Oliva, regional director of NBI 7, said the arrest was made due to an investigation requested by the US Embassy.

There were three documents discovered to have been forged: a passport, driver’s license, and NBI clearance. These documents are still required for applying for a US work visa.

Dablo pretended to be Sheny Mae Tenebroso Liza, who lives in Barili, Cebu.

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