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UK Border Agency officers found ten illegal Indian nationals living in Wembley
Seven people have been arrested and now face being removed from the country following a UK Border Agency raid on a residential address in Wembley this morning.
Acting on intelligence, officers visited the three-bedroom flat in Newland Court, Forty Avenue at around 6am, where they carried out immigration checks.
Ten Indian nationals living in the flat were found to be in the country illegally.
Four women and three men, all aged between 30 and 51, were found to have overstayed their visas.
They were arrested and detained pending their removal from the UK.
Three further individuals, a man aged 37, and a woman, 26, who had also overstayed their visas, together with their one-year-old child, were granted immigration bail.
They will now have to report regularly to the UK Border Agency while steps are taken to remove them at the earliest opportunity.