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    Immigration arrests expats for no passport in Jakarta's famous Backpacker street

    Indonesian Immigration Detain Foreigners in Raid of Popular Jakarta Backpacker Street - The Jakarta Globe

    Sorry about only posting a link, but not sure how to post the video.

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    Hard to believe people don't want to get out as soon as they can but actually overstay, there always seems to a a Nigerien involved in these swoops, I'm sure he was just there for the culture

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    Thank you for posting up the video. America boy seems a bit annoyed.

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    Probably been waiting for his Uncle Texpat to arrive and bail him out for weeks. Poor sod.

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    how dare they arrest a yank, don't they know who these people are!

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    Greater Jakarta: City to execute raids on expatriates’ residences

    The Jakarta Population and Civil Registration Agency has aired plans to launch raids on expatriates’ homes in Jakarta, following reports that many foreigners lack proper documents.

    Agency head Edison Sianturi said the agency was currently mapping residential areas to target.

    “We will work together with local leaders to find out where foreigners without proper documents usually reside,” he said as quoted by kompas.com on Thursday.

    The agency will work with related institutions, including the immigration office, the local police and the Jakarta Public Order Agency (Satpol PP) to carry out the raids.

    On Tuesday, the Central Jakarta Immigration Office arrested five foreigners on Jl. Jaksa in Indonesia without proper documents. The next day, City Police arrested 33 Chinese nationals at a house in Pasar Minggu, South Jakarta, for allegedly carrying out cyber crimes. - See more at: Greater Jakarta: City to execute raids on expatriates? residences | The Jakarta Post

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