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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5709239/Bogus-asylum-seeker-married-stay-Britain-used-fake-identities-swindle-370k-benefits.html

A failed Algerian asylum seeker who used five fake identities to fraudulently claim £370,000 in benefits has been jailed for five years.

Saif Boudemagh, 41, used a forged French identity card to illegally enter the UK in March, 2000 but his asylum appeal failed.

Boudemagh continued to appeal and eventually obtained residency in 2004, two years after marrying UK citizen Paula Boudemagh.


The article continues with a catalog of bogus claims and his brother was also doing similar. 
 

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The use of fake ID’s by immigrants in the UK is rife. In the scrap metal business foreign scrap collectors have a multitude of fake ID’s (even passports). Cash is not allowed so they use lots of methods to protect their false low-incomes. Tax credits - what a wonderful system to be abused by so many.

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