Three men from Africa have been remanded in custody for using fake visas to arrive at Malta. They pleaded of being not guilty of the act. The 3 men include Weini Goitom Fitwi a 30 year old Eritrean national. The other 2 are from Sierra Leone – Marrah Sallay, 25 and Momodu Kamara, 26.
The 3 individuals have been accused of using Germany Schengen Visas that were forged for arriving in Malta. They claimed of being unaware of the fact that the documents were forged.
Magistrate Joe Mifsud issued an order for remanding them in custody as the 3 had no fixed address in Malta. The prosecution was led by Darren Buhagiar the Immigration officer, as quoted by the Times of Malta.
Aspiring overseas immigrants to Malta must beware of fake visas and forged documents. There are 3 types of Malta visas depending upon the type of your journey to the nation:
Malta Airport Transit Visa
The above category of visas permits the holder to cross overseas transit zone of International Airport in Malta.
Malta “C” Visa – Short-stay
This category of visas permits the holder to transit via or stay in Malta and all other Schengen Member nations for maximum 90 days. It is within a period of 180 days from the date of arrival to Malta.
The validity period of the Malta “C” Visa – Short-stay is determined in accordance with the travel length for a maximum of five years.
Malta “D” Visa – Long-stay
These visas permit the holder to reside in Malta for more than 90 days. All third country citizens who intend to arrive at Malta for Study and/or Work must possess this visa.
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