A Southall man who used a false passport and tried to enter into a sham marriage has been jailed.
Indian national Yogesh Kumar, aged 30, of Lady Margaret Road, was arrested for over-staying his visa moments before he was due to marry a 22-year-old Hungarian woman at Brent register office on 4th March.
Immigration officers found that his passport contained a counterfeit visa stamp which made it look like he had the right to live and work in the UK. It is thought he had used the passport to gain employment as a cleaner.
Kumar’s Hungarian bride was questioned by officers and released, but her groom was later charged with possessing a false identity document. At a hearing at Isleworth crown court on Thursday 13th June he pleaded guilty and a judge sentenced him to 5 months in prison.
Three men have been have been arrested in Cheshire following enforcement operations at two businesses.
On 13th June, officers visited Ban-O-Phool restaurant on Antrobus Street in Congleton and Greenbank Balit Chef on Chester Road in Northwich. Checks on the immigration status of staff at Ban-O-Phool revealed that two Bangladeshi men aged 25 and 41 were working illegally.
At Greenbank Balit Chef, one 45-year-old Bangladeshi man was also found to be working illegally. All three men were in the UK illegally having overstayed their visas and subsequently arrested. They are currently detained pending their removal from the country.
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