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Dozens of Italian, French, Spanish and Bulgarian nationals have been deported after Brexit was first jailed for failing to issue a mandatory work visa to customs. Especially painful experience.
“Even though I did nothing wrong, I felt like a criminal.” This June 2, Marta Lomartier is still under the influence of anger and incomprehensibility. On April 17, the 24-year-old Italian will learn English by taking care of their three children with family members living in the UK. But at Heathrow Airport, where Martha Lomard landed at 7pm, nothing happened as planned. The British Customs Service refuses to allow him to enter the United Kingdom. Reason given: A document in which her relatives describe her as a couple. “This letter was considered to be a serious factor in the journey of Govt, Describes the inhabitant of the most touristy area of Buglia in southeastern Italy. On the contrary, as soon as they read it, they immediately asked me if I really knew these people. “
Customs suspects disguised employment. …
“Food trailblazer. Passionate troublemaker. Coffee fanatic. General analyst. Certified creator. Lifelong music expert. Alcohol specialist.”