Allegedly aimed at busting visa abusers and illegal migrants, a Thai police operation called “X-Ray Outlaw Foreigner” has raised questions about racial profiling and fears for asylum-seekers caught in its web, Agence-France Presse reports. Thailand launched a nationwide immigration crackdown in July after the registration of undocumented alien laborers reached deadline. Laborers face a fine of 5,000 to 50,000 baht. They will also be repatriated and banned from working in Thailand for two years, according to The Bangkok Post. Thailand has long been a hub for human trafficking networks transporting Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshi migrants to Malaysia and other destination countries. Thai officials knew of the trafficking operations for years and were complicit in the trafficking operations, writes Audrey Gaughran for The Diplomat.