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Cablegate: Visas Viper Submission - Additional Information For

VZCZCXRO6808
RR RUEHLN RUEHVK RUEHYG
DE RUEHMO #0361 0491459
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
R 181459Z FEB 10
FM AMEMBASSY MOSCOW
TO RUEHLN/AMCONSUL ST PETERSBURG 5619
RUEHVK/AMCONSUL VLADIVOSTOK 3489
RUEHYG/AMCONSUL YEKATERINBURG 3832
RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 6388
INFO RUEAIIA/CIA WASHDC
RHMFIUU/FBI WASHINGTON DC
RHMFIUU/HOMELAND SECURITY CENTER WASHINGTON DC
RUEILB/NCTC WASHINGTON DC//TIG//

UNCLAS MOSCOW 000361

VISAS VIPER

DEPT FOR CA/VO/L/C and INR/NCTC
SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: KVPR CVIS PTER ASEC CMGT PINR RS
SUBJECT: VISAS VIPER SUBMISSION - ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR
WATCHLIST NOMINATION

REF: 09 MOSCOW 2649

1. VISAS VIPER

2. The following information is provided for watchlisting purposes
as the Department of State and National Counterterrorism Center
(NCTC) deem appropriate. In addition to the information passed in
reftel, Moscow LEGATT provided additional aliases for subject during
the recent VIPER meeting.

3. As previously provided, biodata for subject follows:
- NAME: Djaved Iousaff Malik Mokhammad
- DOB: 10 May 1974
- POB: Pakistan
- GENDER: Male
- Nationality: Russian
- Passport: 621948380, 441256857 (Russian)
- Aliases include:
a. DJAVED IOUSAFF MALIK MOKHAMMED
b. DJAVED MALIK IOUSSAF
c. IOUSSAF MALIK MOKHAMMAD DVAVED
d. YUSAF MALIK MOHAMMAD JAWED
e. JAVEED IOUSSAF
f. DJAVED IOUSSAF
g. MALIK MOHAMMAD IOUSSAF
h. IOUSSAF MALIK MOKHAMMAD IOUSSAF
i. DJAVED IOUSAFF MALIK MOKHAMMAD
j. DZHAVED YUSAF MALIK MOHAMMAD
k. YUSAS MALIK
l. MALIK DZHAVEA MOKHAMMAD

4. During the monthy VIPER meeting, LEGATT provided the following
information:
- New aliases:
a. Djaved M. Ioussaf
b. Malik Ioussaf
c. Javed Ioussaf
d. Malik Djaved Ioussaf
e. Dhaved Ioyssaf
f. Dzhaved Yusaf
g. Dzhaved Ioussaf Malik Mohammad
h. Djaved Ioussaf Malik Mokhammad
i. Dzhaved Yusaf Maltk Mokhammad
j. Dzhaved Yusaf Malik Mokhammad
k. Ioussaf M. Djaved
l. Ioussaf Malik Djaved
m. Ioussaf Malik Mokhammad Djaved
n. Ioussaf Malik Mohammad Dvaved
o. Yusaf Malik Mohammad Jawed


5. Per the Department's guidance, FPM ran local checks of the
Consolidated Consular Database with available information (including
aliases) and checks revealed the following visa record:
- Surname: Ioussaf Malik Mokhammed
- First name: Djaved
- DOB: 10 May 1974
- POB: Pakistan
- Date of visa issuance: 24 May 2001
- Visa type: B2
- Validity period: single entry, 3 month visa valid until 23 August
2001
- Issuing Post: Islamabad, Pakistan
Recipients are requested to recheck the CCD to verify.


6. COMMENTS: Moscow DHS confirmed that subject is currently in the
U.S. Moscow Legatt indicated that subject has a U.S. SSN
(668-16-6655) and a Georgia State Driver's License (number:
049182616). Subject's U.S. Alien registration number is:
079-667-984. Based on reftel information, DHS and FBi opened an
investigation into Subject's activities.


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