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Taiwanese fraud suspect may be seeking asylum to avoid charges: lawyer
Posted on 2019-01-11 19:06:13
A Canadian lawyer says a Taiwanese fugitive is likely seeking refuge status
there to avoid prosecution at home.

Taiwanese blogger Su Chen-tuan, also known as Lady Nai Nai has filed a refuge
application along with her husband and father in law, who are alleged to have
defraued investors out of some 1 billion NT.

Immigration lawyer John Lee says that while her application is likely to be
rejected in the end, it could take up to two years to reach that decision,
during which time she is entitled to Canadian welfare benefits.

Lee also says that the appeals process could take several more years.

The National Immigration Agency has informed the Canada Border Services
Agency that the three are wanted in Taiwan, but it cannot take further action
because there is no extradition treaty between the two countries.


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