DOCUMENTARY FRAUD AS SEEN BY THE DOCUMENTARY FRAUD BUREAU OF THE DIRECTION OF BORDER POLICE (Part I)

Florian Mateaş

Abstract


Today, we are witnessing a globalisation and intensification which is unprecedented in the history of migratory flows in our country. These flows are now of a very complex nature as placed under criminal rule.

With this level of organisation, we are not just trying to counter illegal immigration, but fighting against criminality. In this respect, the use of forged documents or documentary fraud in general is a great boon to the activities of the clandestine networks and constitutes an excellent means of introducing illegal immigrants into Western countries.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15837/aijjs.v8i4.1607

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