Albanian woman charged with duping her way into UK with false name and claiming to be Kosovan



AN ALBANIAN woman has been charged with duping her way into the country by using a false name and claiming to have come from war torn Kosovo.

Nazmie Zyberi, 56, from Covert Road, Ilford, east London, appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Tuesday to face four immigration charges.

They are that she is accused of:

1. Between 08/09/1999 and 18/06/2003 at London, not being a British citizen, sought to obtain leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom by means including deception, namely by falsely representing that she and her family came from Kosovo and that the family name was Lushi.

2. Between 01/07/2006 and 07/07/2006 at London made a statement which was to your knowledge untrue for the purpose of procuring a passport for yourself.

3. Between 01/07/2016 and 09/07/2016 at London made a statement which was to your knowledge untrue for the purpose of procuring a passport for yourself.

4. On or before 12/06/2008 at within the jurisdiction of the Central Criminal Court, for the purpose of obtaining the grant of a licence under the Road Traffic Act 1988 to yourself, knowingly made a false statement

The offences each carry a maximum sentence of six months and an unlimited fine.

Also in court the same day was Mr Sadik Zyberi of the same address.

He faced two immigration offences that between 01/02/2007 and 28/02/2007 at London he made a statement which was to "your knowledge untrue for the purpose of procuring a passport for yourself, and that between 01/03/2018 and 22/03/2018 at London made a statement which was "to your knowledge untrue for the purpose of procuring a passport for yourself."

The case was adjourned.