Police officer faked birth certificate

Posted: October 9, 2013 in British jobs for British workers, Law & Disorder
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Even the ‘Old Bill’ are breaking the law to keep illegals in the country.

A Met’s Tower Hamlets division police officer who falsely signed a passport application to allow his trouble and strife (wife) to remain in the UK has been jailed for 12 months.
Leonard Fadahunasi, 40, provided his now ex-wife Masa Fadahunsi, 28, [corr] with a fake birth certificate and a counter-signature for her passport application as ‘a friend.’
Fadahunasi who was also formerly an anti-fraud officer for the Department of Work and Pensions, oh nice, was worried his Zambian wife, who was 19 at the time, would be sent back to her home country after she was denied leave to remain in the UK.
His now ex-wife, Fadahunsi, also pleaded guilty to making a false statement to obtain a passport, as well as obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception but managed to avoid jail. Took a long time to catch that pair considering she was 19 and now is 28 years old. Still the long arm of the law and all that.

Illegal workers caught in Wales

Seven suspected illegal workers have been arrested following operations by enforcement officers at businesses in Cwmbran and Ebbw Vale.
goldengateOfficers visited the Golden Gate takeaway, on Chapel Street, Pontnewydd, Cwmbran, on 3rd October to check the immigration status of the staff.
Three Chinese men aged 21 to 45 were arrested and detained on suspicion of working illegally.
One man had overstayed his visa, another was in the country illegally and the third had his asylum claim refused. They are all in detention while steps are taken to remove them from the country.

Looking back to last month, on Tuesday 17th September, officers also carried out a visit to Lifestyle Express, at the Hilltop shopping centre, Ebbw Vale.
Individuals were questioned to check if they had the right to be in the UK. As a result, two Indian men aged 23 and 25 were arrested on suspicion of overstaying their visas.

They simultaneously visited SPAR, convenience stores on Church Street Ebbw Vale where they arrested two Indian men aged 26 and 67 for the same offence.
The 23, 26 and 67-year-olds have been released temporarily on immigration bail. All are supposedly to report regularly to the Home Office while steps are taken to remove them from the country. Yeah right. The 25-year-old man has been detained in our detention while steps are taken to remove him from the country.

Some caught in Ireland too

The Wok-A-Moley and Tao Noodle Bar takeaway restaurants on Dublin Road, Belfast, are facing large fines for employing suspected illegal workers. Whether they pay the fines is another matter.
A 29-year-old Bangladeshi man was found working at the Wok-A-Moley by enforcement Officers, who visited the premises last Thursday to check the immigration status of the staff.
The man, who was working in breach of his visa conditions, was arrested and placed in detention. If it is confirmed that he has no right to be here he will be removed from the country.
Last month on Thursday 19th September, the Tao Noodle Bar was also visited by officers, on that occasion a 38–year-old Chinese woman who had entered the country illegally was arrested. She was also placed in detention pending removal from the country.

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