Malawians warned over UK visa fraud

Malawi High Commission in London has issued a warning those competing visa applications for the United Kingdom (UK) to be alert on a bogus immigration agents claiming to assist foreign nationals to obtain British right of uk

“The Malawi High Commission wishes to caution all Malawians in the United Kingdom of a new syndicate that is claiming to assist Foreign Nationals to obtain British passports or permanent residence permits (indefinite stay) as Commonwealth Citizens,” a statement said.

According to the statement, the syndicate is charging up to £75.00 for its membership card, and between £300.00 and £600.00 for documents purportedly to make one eligible to claim British citizenship for citizens of Commonwealth member states.

“The High Commission wishes to inform the diaspora community that according to the advice received from the British (UK) Home Office, there is no any organisation mandated by the British Government to transact on its behalf nor make applications for citizenship for any other Commonwealth countries. Therefore any institution(s) claiming to offer such assistance or service is a fraud syndicate,” Malawi High Commission said.

Malawians in the United Kingdom who wish to clarify status of any organisation are advised to email the High Commission with full details of the organisation to [email protected] or call +44 (0) 20 7421 6010.



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6 years ago

@Dr Fletcher Phiri surely you don’t need MHC to tell you what you must already know u less you are an illegal immigrant.

6 years ago

Malawians want things the easy way that’s why we are easily duped. All the time. Someone will still get foxed by these people because they are ignorant and want it easy.

Dr Fletcher Phiri
Dr Fletcher Phiri
6 years ago

Thank you. This is very useful and needs to be circulated widely

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