Boomerang Ukrainian

Posted: May 27, 2010 in British jobs for British workers, Law & Disorder

A Ukrainian man has been removed from the UK after attempting to use a forged passport at Bournemouth Airport – his third unsuccessful attempt to con his way into the country in six months.

IlieThe 30-year-old arrived at Bournemouth on a flight from Pisa, Italy, on Wednesday 19 May claiming he intended to start a job in London.

He produced a Polish passport which would have entitled him entry to the UK as a European Union citizen.

But a detailed examination of the document by UK Border Agency officers revealed it was a genuine Polish passport whose original photograph had been substituted.

Following further checks, including fingerprint scans, it was found that the same man had recently made two more failed attempts to enter the UK.

In December 2009 he was turned back from Bristol Airport after trying to use a counterfeit Slovakian identity card and in January this year he was stopped at UK Border Agency controls in Brussels as he again tried to travel on a forged Polish passport.

Following his latest failed attempt, the man was detained overnight and removed to Pisa on the 20 May 2010 from whence he came.

To be continued!

Talking about foreigners

Four Indians, of the illegal type, have been arrested following a raid on Hawk Heating Supplies on Kenton Park in Kenton, Harrow, on Tuesday 18 May.

The four men were arrested for immigration offences – two were working in breach of their visa conditions, while the other two had overstayed on their visas.

One of the men, a 25-year-old, was also arrested on suspicion of possession of a false identity document document. He was charged, and has been remanded in custody pending his trial.

Of the other three, one remains in detention pending his removal from the UK, while the other two have been granted immigration bail while travel documents are prepared to remove them. That’s if they can be found again, don’t ask Nick Clegg to help though he doesn’t know how to find illegals.

  1. Howard Thomas says:

    This makes a good case for imposing a suspended sentence on those deported from the UK of perhaps 6 months(to be served in full) should they be caught either in the UK or attempting to enter.
    Cost of imprisonment…..who cares?….solitary and no telly would help!

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