BI arrests Chinese man involved in running prostitution den

Officers of the Bureau of Immigration (BI) on Monday arrested a Chinese national previously charged for undesirability.

In a report to BI Commissioner Norman Tansingco, Border Control and Intelligence Unit (BCIU) head Dennis Alcedo identified the Chinese national as Hu Yulin, 32.


Hu was intercepted at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 after attempting to depart via a China Southern flight to Guangzhou, China.

“Derogatory check in our systems showed that Hu is blacklisted for undesirability,” said Tansingco. “Hence he was arrested and will be held in our facility in Taguig,” he added.

Records show that Hu is the subject of an immigration deportation case filed in 2020. He was said to have been arrested by local authorities along with 11 others at Clark Pampanga for allegedly running a prostitution den.


He was charged for violating the conditions of their stay, and was eventually ordered deported.

“Foreign nationals who do not adhere to the conditions of their stay in the country are not welcome here,” said Tansingco.

Hu will remain in the BI Warden Facility in Bicutan, Taguig pending deportation.


BI: ‘Lucky’ Indian arrested in Binondo

The Bureau of Immigration (BI) reported the arrest of an Indian national known as ‘Lucky’ in Binondo.

Commissioner Norman Tansingco stated that, “The BI remains committed to upholding immigration laws and maintaining border integrity. This operation demonstrates the dedication and professionalism of our intelligence operatives.”

The Indian national, who was identified as Kirandeep, 34 years old, was arrested along 344 Barraca St., Binondo, Manila City last June 20.

He was the subject of a Warrant of Deportation issued by the BI Board of Commissioners in 2017 after being tagged as an undesirable alien.

Kirandeep was said to have misrepresented himself upon entry, claiming to undergo pilot training in a local aviation school.

However, upon verification, the aviation school he claimed to train in is non-existent, and he did not enroll in any other Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) approved pilot schools.

As a consequence of the order, he will be temporarily held at the BI’s Warden Facility in Bicutan, Taguig and deported upon completion of requirements.

His name will likewise be included in the BI’s blacklist, perpetually barring him from reentering the country.

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