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OISC applicant convicted of providing unlawful immigration advice

Posted by Davenport Solicitors Team on October 27, 2015 in Immigration Law

Recently an individual was sentenced to 26 weeks’ imprisonment and was ordered to pay £1,300 compensation to 2 victims at Westminster Magistrates’ Court, having pleaded guilty to providing unregulated immigration advice.

The deputy Immigration Services Commissioner, Ian Leigh, said:

“Illegally providing immigration advice is a serious offence, and the sentence handed down today reflects this. Peddling illegal immigration advice ruins people’s lives.”

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