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Chinese national caught in Da Nang after fleeing from Hai Phong

Chinese national caught in Da Nang after fleeing from Hai Phong

Sunday, June 20, 2021, 14:50 GMT+7
Chinese national caught in Da Nang after fleeing from Hai Phong
Police of Da Nang City, Vietnam serve a Chinese man with an arrest warrant. Photo: D.C. / Tuoi Tre

Police of Da Nang City on Saturday served Xua Xiao Rong, 41, a Chinese who overstayed his Vietnamese visa and resisted an exit order, with an arrest warrant after detecting him at a local apartment. 

According to preliminary ivestigation, Xue Xiao Rong entered Vietnam’s Hai Phong City in November 2019 with a tourist visa whose validity lasted until August 2020. 

Rong later overstayed his visa, which prompted Hai Phong police to fine him and force him to leave the country.

However, the Chinese man only obeyed the first order, proceeding to travel the country and hiding in an apartment in Da Nang’s Khue My Ward after paying the fine to Hai Phong authorities. 

He was detected as an illegal immigrant by Da Nang police in early June this year. 

Investigative police forces in Da Nang are further investigating the case after indicting the man on June 2.

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