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Two charged with using false identities to illegally remain in Canada

posted Feb 10, 2012, 5:58 PM by Milorad Borota   [ updated Feb 10, 2012, 5:58 PM ]
Calgary Herald January 31, 2012

Border authorities have charged two people living in Calgary with immigration offences, alleging they used false identities to illegally remain in Canada.

Canada Border Services Agency said the suspects entered Canada as visitors in November 2008, then successfully applied to remain in Canada in February 2009 using alternate identities.

The border agency launched an investigation in June 2010, culminating with arrests earlier this month.

Tahir Chaudhry, also known as Tahir Ahmed, and Tahira Aslam, also known as Tahira Ahmed, are being held without bail pending an appearance in provincial court on Feb. 6.


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