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Shoplifting but without charges- affect immigration?

Shoplifting but without charges- affect immigration?

Old Jul 27th 2012, 2:27 pm
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Default Re: Shoplifting but without charges- affect immigration?

Originally Posted by Former Lancastrian
Mars bars, Glasgow, how come you didnt nick any cooking oil so you could deep fry them?
That might have been my next stop if the coppers in their Austin Metro hadn't nabbed me, lol.

ahhh, I can laugh now, but at the time I was a quivering wreck. Had never been in trouble before, so this was a real eye-opener when they slapped the cuffs on me

But better to be caught for something relatively minor early on, than go on to a life of crime and completely ruin your, and your family's life forever.

Although some never learn their lesson.
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