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2 Special act offenses
Fig. 3-1-2-3 shows the number of cases and persons referred to public prosecutors offices for special act offenses (excluding violations of traffic acts including four statute traffic related acts; hereinafter the same in this Section) committed by visiting foreign nationals and other foreign nationals since 1980.
Fig. 3-1-2-3 Numbers of cases and persons referred to public prosecutors offices for non-traffic special act offenses committed by visiting foreign nationals and by other foreign nationals (1980-2005)Fig. 3-1-2-4 shows the number of cleared cases for violations of the Immigration Control Act, drug-related acts, and the Anti-Prostitution Act committed by visiting foreign nationals over the last 10 years.
By type of violation of the Immigration Control Act, in 2005, illegal overstay was the largest with 6,740 cases, followed by illegal stay with 3,895 cases, non-possession of passport/refusal to show passport with 924 cases, and engaging in activities outside the permitted scope with 280 cases (Source: The Criminal Investigation Bureau, National Police Agency).
Fig. 3-1-2-4 Number of cleared cases for Immigration Control Act violations, etc. committed by visiting foreign nationals (1996-2005)