By: Chiu Chun-chin and Kay Liu
Taipei, Nov. 23 (CNA) Two men of Georgian nationality were deported Monday
after they were caught using fake passports at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, according to the National Immigration Agency.
The two men were transiting through Taiwan on false Estonian passports, awaiting a flight bound for Canada Sunday when they were stopped by immigration officers, the agency said.
After officers found Georgian passports in concealed pockets in their backpacks in further checks, the two men admitted that they had spent US$2,500 each to acquire the fake Estonian passports in Istanbul. [FULL STORY]