PPA orders Brazilian woman sex worker to leave country

PPA badge (picture is illustrative).
PPA badge (picture is illustrative). Source: PPA

A third country national working as a sex worker in Estonia has been ordered by the Police and Border Guard Board (PPA) to leave the country.

The individual, a woman, who is a citizen of Brazil, was in Estonia legally but had her visa-free allowance terminated ahead of schedule by the PPA, on November 24, BNS reports.

The woman, aged 29, was handed a precept ordering her to leave Estonia, plus a one-year Schengen Area entry ban.

In August another woman with Brazilian nationality was ordered to leave the country. In this case, the woman had been working as a food courier, but her temporary employment had not been registered with the PPA.


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