Local April 16, 2013 | 3:15 pm

Top comedians inject humor in U.S. Consulate’s anti-fraud campaign

Santo Domingo.- The U.S. Embassy’s Consular Section on Tuesday launched its anti-fraud campaign "Watch out for that toad" featuring the country’s top comedians, Raymond Pozo and Miguel Céspedes, aimed at teaching the public how to properly get a visa and residence.

In the campaign launch held at the subway station in the capital’s Centro de los Heroes (La Feria) sector, Pozo and Céspedes said the campaign warns Dominicans on the risks of trusting strangers and acquiring forged documents for large sums of money, adding that they are glad to be part of the initiative so people aren’t fooled.

In that regard, Nonimmigrant-Visa Unit official Larina Helms said the campaign slogan "Play it safe, go by the law" also seeks to warn citizens against resorting to illegalities with fake papers to get a U.S. visa.

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