The UK Border Agency is officially warning people to be cautious and vigilant if they are offered schemes to make ‘easy money’ by transferring money into and out of their bank account.
In a landmark case this week the Supreme Court has ruled that an illegal immigrant from Tanzania, who made false claims for asylum, has the right to stay in the UK because her two children were born in Britain.
Alasdair Palmer writing for the Telegraph asks if judges are going too far in protecting the rights of convicted foreign criminals, or are they merely upholding the law?
The UK Border Agency said the results of the consultation will be announced in the coming weeks, although it doesn’t take much ‘reading between the lines’ to see that Mr Green has clearly decided what to do already.
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An immigration officer tried to dispose of his wife by adding her name to a list of terrorist suspects to prevent her from returning to the UK…
The Indian Government has condemned US authorities for electronically tagging Indian students who, it says, were duped by a fake university, the BBC reports.
The UK Border Agency reports that an Algerian man living in London has been jailed for five-and-half years for running a forgery ‘factory’ producing false identity documents to help immigration offenders stay in the country illegally.
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