Four company directors charged with arranging illegal entry into Vietnam
Tran Thanh Son, director of Stad Advertising Service Co., Ltd. Four company directors have been charged with allegedly organizing the illegal entry of foreigners into Vietnam - PHOTO: DANANG POLICE DEPARTMENT
HCMC – The Danang Police Department on June 17 filed charges against the directors of four companies for allegedly organizing the illegal entry of foreigners into Vietnam.
The four comprised Vo Tan Cuong, director of Kuvarose Co., Ltd; Do Van Hoat, director of An Nhien Information Technology Co., Ltd; Nguyen Trung Thu, director of KV Tour & Media Co., Ltd; and Tran Thanh Son, director of Stad Advertising Service Co., Ltd, the local media reported.
Son and Cuong were detained, while Hoat and Thu were put under house arrest as they had turned themselves in and cooperated with the police.
Earlier, the Danang Police Department had prosecuted seven people, including three directors and a Chinese national, for their involvement in the ring.
According to the preliminary results of the police investigation, the directors provided guarantees to Chinese and South Korean people and helped them enter Vietnam as foreign experts, when they were actually unskilled workers.
After entering Vietnam, these foreigners did not work for these companies.
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