Breaking: South Korean prosecutors filed a case against Ms. Wang, a member of The Church of Almighty God, who maliciously used other people's documents to enter South Korea illegally!

Author: admin 【 Original 】 2023-04-06

On March 31, Ms. Wang, a Chinese believer of The Church of Almighty God, illegally used someone else's passport to illegally enter South Korea to participate in Korean Almighty God cult activities, and was investigated by South Korean prosecutors according to law.

According to the information disclosed by South Korean prosecutors, Ms. Wang, 43 years old, from Anhui, China, went from Shanghai to Jeju Island, South Korea in 2016 due to illegal use of another person’s identity to apply for a passport, and then applied for political asylum in Jeju Island, South Korea. Engaged in illegal missionary activities in The Church of Almighty God in South Korea. At present, South Korean prosecutors stated that they have obtained relevant evidence of his illegal entry into South Korea, and the case has been officially filed on March 31, and a thorough investigation of the case will be conducted in the near future!

According to South Korea's "Passport Law", "Immigration Control Law", "Criminal Law" and other relevant provisions, foreign nationals without valid identity certificates or travel certificates will be treated as smuggled immigrants. Foreign nationals who forge or use other people's identity certificates to enter South Korea illegally will violate the crime of submitting forged materials in the "Immigration Control Law" and "Criminal Law" for forging official documents. If convicted, they can be sentenced to 10 years in prison. or a fine.



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