Taipei, Taiwan. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Two Filipinos face deportation after immigration officials found them working illegally in a luxury car dealer’s home in Taipei.

Identified only as Nancy and Mary, the two women had been employed by car distributor Chang Po-shin, chairman of Yan San Corporation, Taiwan News reported.

They were discovered hiding in Chang’s home when the National Immigration Agency officials arrived on March 20. Nancy had worked for Chang for five years, caring for his Old English Sheepdog. Mary had worked in the apartment for six months on a part-time basis. 

Chang could face a fine of NT$1.5 million (US$51,504) for illegally employing the two domestic workers. The women were taken to a detention centre and will be deported back to the Philippines.

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