An Asian employee, 31, forged a salary certificate supposed to be issued by a government authority, a residency permit sticker and a bank statement of account and submitted the same to a bank to get a Dhs20,000 credit card.
The Dubai Criminal Court on Thursday started hearing a case in which an Arab visitor, 41, was accused of forging a passport and attempting to use it for leaving for a European country to seek asylum.
The Criminal Court of Dubai on Monday heard the first session of a case in which a public employee, African, 41, is accused of falsifying five “Cease of Search” certificates in complicity with other two, one of them is his colleague, but in a different department.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred a 42-year-old Asian woman to criminal court for forging application forms, with two other accomplices, in order to obtain 95 iPhones and mobile services worth Dhs924,000.
The Public Prosecution charged the two suspects with forging the two permits and presenting them to the security men working for the government body, but the latter suspected the genuineness of the two permits.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred a 42-year-old unemployed Arab to the Dubai Criminal Court on charges of forging 27 entry permits against Dhs120,000.
The suspect was an employee of the Human Resources Department of a bank and used to wear the Emirati uniform permanently to pretend to his colleagues that he was a citizen.
A 39-year-old European sales representative duped an Arab investor of more than Dhs7.77 million through forging official documents and stamps belonging to real estate institutions.
An African gang of three has landed in the Dubai Criminal Court over charges of seizing Dhs350,000 from unidentified victims and for attempting to seize Dhs750,000 from a company using forged documents.