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Foreigners overstaying in state to face action

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Tumakuru: The officials have been directed to identify foreigners, including students who are overstaying their visas, and deport them, said Home Minister G Parameshwara on Sunday in Tumakuru.

Karnataka assures safety of Africans living in Bengaluru -1Speaking to reporters, Parameshwara said that a foreigner can stay for 15 days to a month after the expiry of visa, but not beyond that.

“Officials will collect information about overseas students and foreign nationals from the embassies of respective countries. Necessary measures will be taken to deport the foreigners who are overstaying their visas,” he said.

He also claimed the media reports that over 30,000 foreigners are overstaying in the State as false and baseless.

 

 

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