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Albanian gangs target UK mums-to-be in plot to register illegal migrants as the dad

ALBANIAN gangsters are targeting mums-to-be willing to register migrants as the father of their unborn children, an investigation by The Sun has found.

TikTok adverts are touting for women prepared to have a refused asylum seeker’s name on their baby’s birth certificate so he can dodge deportation by claiming he has a UK family.

DOVER, ENGLAND - MARCH 06: An inflatable dinghy carrying around 65 migrants crosses the English Channel on March 06, 2024 in Dover, England. According to official figures 401 migrants arrived in the UK by small boat on Monday, the busiest day of the year so far for Channel crossings. This brings the provisional total number of UK arrivals so far this year to 2,983. Government data indicates this is more than the 2,953 logged this time last year and surpasses the running totals documented between January 1 and March 4 each year since current records began in 2018. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
As small boat crossings reached a new record over the Easter weekend, an investigation by The Sun has uncovered a plot by Albanian gangs
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ALBANIAN criminals are claiming to be able to get pregnant women in the UK to register illegal migrants as the father of their children., , The lucrative business by Albanian gangs to be registered as the father of a newborn has been advertised on Tik Tok., , One advert, which has since been removed from the social media app, called itself “zyre konsullore londer” meaning Consular services London., , It said: “Our job continues every day. We have women with children. Register their children with your name in the UK”., , They shared a WhatsApp conversation with a woman saved in their phone as “Katy with child”., , The woman sends a picture of a scan of a baby, to which the gang member replies: “Wow he looks so good and strong. Way to go we can’t wait to see him.”, , The woman then replies: “Yea, everything 's ok”., , The gang member responds: “Good. I will let the client know”,, , In a group on Facebook dedicated to Albanians in the UK an Albanian one post, made in June 2023, said: “If a woman is divorced and has a child 6 years old and I can do the papers as step-father (I look after the child) not getting married, if that will be possible hook me up with a good solicitor).”, , In the first three months of the year, 700 people were deported back to Albania as they had no legal right to stay in the UK., , An insider in the Albanian community in the UK told The Sun that the stepfather business is growing due to high demand of illegals as a way to stay in the UK., , He said: “A deal is made between the broker and British women so that when the baby is born the name of an Albanian illegal migrant is written on the birth certificate., , “Then using Human Rights laws, this person applies for the permission to stay in the UK. “This new way to secure leave to remain in the UK is used by people whose asylum has been refused by the Home Office and are due to be deported any time.”, , Home Office data show that in the year from March 2022 to March 2023, Albania was the most common nationality applying for asylum in the UK with 13,714 applications., , The numbers have dropped after it was found that Albania is a “safe” country and there is no case for routinely accepting asylum applications. , , The home affairs select committee made the decision in June 2023., , ENDS
A TikTok account shared an image of a WhatsApp conversation with ‘Katy with child’, as crooks plan to get illegal migrants to pose as the dads of unborn children in the UK

We can reveal the ruse as figures show the number of small-boat migrants crossing the English ­Channel so far this year has topped 5,400, a new record.

During our investigation, we found one TikTok account, which has since been removed, calling itself “Zyra Konsullore Londer” — meaning “Consular Services London”.

It boasts: “Our job continues every day. We have women with children. Register their children with your name in the UK.”

The gangsters share the image of a WhatsApp conversation saved to a mobile phone between them and “Katy with child”.

In it, “Katy” sends a picture of a scan of a baby, to which the gang member replies: “Wow, he looks so good and strong. Way to go we can’t wait to see him.”

She replies: “Yea, everything’s ok”. The crook responds: “Good. I will let the client know.”

An insider in the Albanian ­community in the UK told The Sun: “A deal is made between the broker and a British woman.

“Under the agreement, when the baby is born the name of an Albanian illegal migrant is written on the birth certificate.

“Then using human rights laws, this person applies for the permission to stay.

“It’s a new way to secure leave to remain in the UK and is used by people whose asylum has been refused by the Home Office and are due to be deported any time.”


On Facebook we found a person on a group for Albanians in Britain looking to pose as a stepfather.

They state: “If a woman is divorced and has a child 6 years old and I can do the papers as step-father.

“If that will be possible hook me up with a good solicitor.”

Baby’s ok? Good. I will let the client know


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A Home Affairs Select Committee decision in June last year to declare Albania a “safe” country helps explain the ploys.

In the first three months of this year, 700 were deported back to their homeland.

Home Office figures, meanwhile, show 13,714 Albanians applied for asylum in the year to March 2023.

They are the nationality most likely to do so.

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 15: Britain's Prime Minister Rishi Sunak holds a press conference, following the Supreme Court’s Rwanda policy judgement, at Downing Street on November 15, 2023 in London, England. The UK’s highest court has upheld the Court of Appeal's previous ruling that the UK Government’s plan to send some asylum-seekers to Rwanda, aimed at deterring migrants crossing the Channel from Europe in small boats, to be unlawful. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)
The news comes as PM Rishi Sunak is under pressure to stop the boats amid soaring migration numbers
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The flood of migrants continues, however, with 3,180 arriving from all countries just last month.

Some 5,435 in 114 boats have been intercepted so far this year, the Border Force transporting 442 of them to the Dover on Easter Sunday.

The soaring numbers have piled more pressure on Rishi Sunak who has pledged to stop the boats.

The PM’s plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda will return to Parliament in the coming days and the government hopes to gets flights off the ground within weeks.

Labour shadow immigration minister, Stephen Kinnock said the PM’s plan was “in tatters”.

He said a rise in crossings meant “there is a major tragedy waiting to happen”.

A Home Office spokesman said: “Immigration fraud using false birth certificates is a serious offence which is why we have measures in place to prevent and detect it.”

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