The British media have devoted an article this Sunday to the behavior of dozens of criminals in the UK who have found a way to avoid deportation to their countries of origin.
According to the Daily Mail, legal battles in court over the deportations of these criminals, including many Albanians and Kosovars, cost British taxpayers about milionë 200 million a year.
False arguments and controversial human rights legislation are often used in these matters.
According to the Daily Mail report, the “cat and mouse” game played in British courts by foreign criminals and failed asylum seekers has made immigration lawyers “play” with the annual budget of civil legal aid, to constantly challenge the efforts of the Ministry Interior to deport redundant persons.
Critics accuse immigration judges of being lenient and overly willing to appeal cases, many of which last for a decade or more.
The article also includes the cases of two Albanians, one from Albania and another from Kosovo who managed to avoid deportation.
Albanian Valter Shpani arrived in Britain in 2007. He infiltrated in 2010 after being found guilty of fraud, but managed to re-enter the island in 2012. So far we have deported him 3 times from Britain, but he has succeeded to be returned again with fake passports and identity cards. In April a judge decided his stay in the UK was final.
Kosovo Albanian Shaban Binaku entered the UK in 1998 as an asylum seeker. He spent 12 months in prison for theft and drug trafficking and was deported in 2012. However he managed to return to Britain in some way and opened a car wash in north London in 2014. He also earned mijë 100,000 this year in bingo. He was arrested again in 2018 for illegal stay in Britain. His case is still in court, however he has been allowed to stay in Britain under the grounds of human rights laws.