FILIPINO JAILED 7 WEEKS FOR FAKING MANILA UNIVERSITY DEGREE IN SINGAPORE PR APPLICATION
SINGAPORE - A 38-year-old Filipina was sentenced to seven week's jail on Tuesday (Jan 14) for falsely claiming she graduated from a Manila university in her applications for permanent residency (PR) in Singapore.
The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) said in a statement that De Luna Noriza Dancel, who made the application in 2008, also made false claims when she applied for PR for her daughter in 2009.
De Luna was arrested on Oct 25, 2017, after checks by ICA officers showed that she had no record of enrolment at the Centro Escolar University, where she claimed to have studied.
The diploma and transcript she submitted to the ICA did not come from the school, ICA said.
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