UKBA welcomes refugees to UK

Posted: August 13, 2010 in British jobs for British workers, Broken Britain

IlieSometimes I can’t make the people who supposedly run this country out. Here we are struggling to stop illegals smuggling themselves into the UK, catching 1,000’s of illegal workers keeping our unemployed out of work, trying to deport foreign criminals and all the time doggedly fought by do-gooders trying to keep them here.

The Tories did a deal with LibDems, who want amnesty for illegals, because ToffTory David Cameron hasn’t the guts to go it alone in power. Now the UKBA, whose job is to defend our borders welcome in 37 Bhutanese refugees. I said where’s that too!

The move follows the agreement under the Gateway Protection Programme for the UK to take 750 refugees from a number of different locations in 2010-11. This includes an eventual total of 100 Bhutanese refugees who have been living in Nepalese refugee camps since 1992 or 1993, with no prospect of local integration in Nepal or repatriation to Bhutan. It is the first time that the UK has resettled Bhutanese refugees.

So after seventeen years it has suddenly been decided that these refugees can’t integrate in Nepal and it’s best they come to the UK where they can’t speak the language, unlikely get jobs and face a complete change of climate and culture.

The UK Border Agency sent a resettlement mission team to Nepal in May to interview refugees. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has also assessed the refugees’ needs and the most appropriate country for their resettlement.

Since when has the UK been appropriate for what is described by Wikipedia as ‘Bhutan’s landscape ranges from subtropical plains in the south to the Sub-alpine Himalayan heights in the north, with some peaks exceeding 7,000 metres (23,000 ft)’.
I would describe UK as an overcrowded heavily urbanised country.

The UK has resettled 2,690 refugees since the programme began in 2004, including Liberian refugees from Sierra Leone, Congolese refugees from Tanzania, Zambia and Uganda, and Iraqi refugees from Jordan.

Anyway back to how a lot of illegal foreigners get to stay in the UK

IlieTwo people have appeared in court in connection with a suspected sham marriage in Streatham.

Two people were arrested by UKBA as they arrived for a suspected sham marriage ceremony at the Church of St Peters in Leigham Court Road, Streatham, on the afternoon of Saturday 7 August.

The bride, a 19-year-old Nigerian woman, was arrested on suspicion of perjury and an offence under the Identity Cards Act 2006. The groom, a 22-year-old Czech male, was arrested on suspicion of assisting unlawful immigration.

Both were charged and appeared before Camberwell Magistrates on Monday 9 August, where they were remanded in custody until their next hearing on 11 October at Inner London Crown Court.

Meanwhile two people have been charged with immigration offences after they were arrested at a registry office in Shakespeare Street, Nottingham on Saturday 7 August, 10:00,

Falana McKenzie, a 30-year-old Trinidadian female, and Jorge Mouchino, a 33-year-old Portuguese man, were arrested and McKenzie was subsequently charged with seeking leave to remain in the UK by deception. Mouchino was charged with assisting unlawful presence in an European Union (EU) member state. Both were remanded into custody and were due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates Court.

Later on Saturday, as part of the same investigation, officers, including officers seconded from Nottinghamshire Police’s foreign national crime unit, executed warrants at 3 addresses in Nottingham, including the workplace of an immigration consultant. A 36-year-old Nigerian man was arrested on suspicion of assisting unlawful presence in an EU member state before being bailed for 5 weeks and there’s you thinking that a Nigerian wasn’t involved.

Once they’re here this is where they find work

IlieSeven immigration offenders have been arrested following a UK Border Agency raid on The New Royal Regent Cantonese Restaurant, on Armadale Road, Whitburn, West Lothian, on Friday 6 August.

Of the 15 employees who were on site at the time of the visit, 5 males and 2 female Chinese nationals were arrested for immigration offences and 2 others had no permission to work. Nearly half the staff were illegal, unbelievable

The restaurant was issued with a penalty notice which means they could be fined up to £90,000, but are they really going to pay that?

Twenty illegal workers were detained by UKBA officers after three days of raids across south Devon, from Seaton in the east to Plymouth in the west.

Two of the illegal workers were found on Thursday 5 August in the Plymouth area. During the evening, officers went to Papa John’s pizza restaurant in the Woolwell shopping centre to check the immigration status of staff. There, a 28-year-old Indian man who had entered the UK illegally was arrested. Officers then went to Fortune Court on Tin Lane where a 37-year-old Chinese man was found working illegally. Both men were detained.

On Wednesday 4 August, six people were taken into custody, they were a Bangladeshi man at Monsoon, The Underfleet, Seaton; a Bangladeshi man at Rajpoot, Harbour Road, Seaton; a man from Afghanistan at Golden Horn kebab shop in Fore Street, Exeter; two Bangladeshi men at Red Rose restaurant, North Street, Exeter; and, a Bangladeshi man at Taj Mahal, High Street, Budleigh Salterton.

On Tuesday 3 August, four male failed asylum seekers from China were arrested in Paignton in accommodation above the Honeymoon restaurant in Church Street. Honeymoon’s over for them then!

In Newton Abbot, six Bangladeshi men were detained at Saffron on Queen Street and two Chinese nationals – a man and a woman – were arrested at Hoi Shan, on the same road.

A further five people were stopped from working, although they weren’t arrested due to outstanding applications to stay in the UK. They were two Chinese workers at Lee Gardens on Notte Street, Plymouth; a Chinese man at Wan’s, Buddle Lane, Exeter; an Afghan man at the Golden Horn, Fore Street, Exeter; and a Vietnamese woman at Nail Art, Hyde Road, Paignton.

False passport

A Romanian man has been remanded in custody on identity fraud charges following an appearance at Boston Magistrates Court.

Lorand Borbely, 29, was arrested at his home address in Church Green Road, Fishtoft, on the morning of Wednesday 4 August, by UKBA officers from the East Midlands immigration crime team and was subsequently charged with three offences relating to his alleged fraudulent possession and use of a Hungarian passport in the name of Laszlo Lovas.

An application for £50,000 bail was refused by the magistrates and Lorand Borbely was remanded in custody to appear at Lincoln Crown Court on 12 August.

The court also approved an application from UKBA for the initial detention under the Proceeds of Crime Act of approximately £7,200 in cash found during a search of Lorand Borbely’s home address on Wednesday.

I want my money back mate!

This made me laugh, Gageen Preet Singh, 35, repeatedly failed driving tests he took on behalf of candidates across Britain although he was paid up to £800 for each test. He admitted using various disguises including fake moustaches and wigs for his “professional” service in impersonating clients, Guildford Crown Court was told.

He had already been jailed for eight months in October last year after being found guilty of impersonating someone at a driving centre in Milton Keynes, Bucks. But the court heard that upon his release he immediately restarted his fraudulent operation.

Singh also carried out six of tests while he was disqualified from the roads, due to a conviction for drink driving. When he was arrested at his home, police discovered more than £56,000 in cash, believed to have come from the proceeds of other similar crimes.

Jailing him for 14 months, Judge Susan Matthews QC also banned him from driving for two years. Excuse me, he doesn’t care whether he’s banned or not he still drives!

Summer time and travellers are on the move, this time they met more than a demo from an old man laying in the road.

Travellers clashed with security firm Precreate Solutions near the Rolex site in Jubilee Way, Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent, on Tuesday.

Travellers first turned up with 25 caravans on Friday August 6, but nine left after being warned by security staff. But things turned nasty when another 20 caravans arrived at around 5pm and allegedly tried to forcibly gain access to the site. Precreate Solutions are carrying out around the clock mobile patrols, have put dog units in place and built a roadblock at the entrance to the travellers’ camp. They are allowing cars and pedestrians access but no further caravans will be allowed through.

  1. Howard Thomas says:

    14 months….It ought to be 14 years without parole. That might be a deterrent to stop this dipstick getting licenses for untrained, and therefore probably dangerous, drivers on the UK roads.
    8 months and then 14 months…..the law is indeed an ass!

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