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Filipino in remand for allegedly using fake ID to apply for job in Malaysia

/ 02:24 PM January 16, 2019

LUMUT, Malaysia — A Filipino man is in remand for two days to facilitate investigation by the National Registration Department (NRD) for allegedly using a false identity card to apply for a job.

The order was issued by Manjung Magistrate Ainul Bashiirah Dona Don Biyajid.

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The 49-year-old man was arrested at 10:30 am on Tuesday while he was applying for a job at a company in the Kampung Acheh Industrial Area.

According to an NRD source, the man, who is from Mindanao in the Philippines, has been in the country since 1983.

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