Ramakrun Bushan Deepchand will stand out for twelve months. He was found guilty by the jury on three charges of illegally providing advice and immigration services so he was not qualified to do so. In three other charges for the same offense, the jury delivered a verdict of acquittal.
Ramakrun Bushan Deepchand was sued by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC), in violation of Article 91 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999, before the Southwark Crown Court, England.
The indictment covers five immigration cases he had occupied when he was employed by the firm Tipper Cameron Solicitors in 2009. It was the subject of six loads of illegally providing advice and immigration services (supplier providing immigration services When not qualified to do so). The offenses were committed between January 31 2009 and February 3, 2010. He was accused of providing immigration services to five Mauritians in England.
The Mauritian pleaded not guilty. He was defended by David Howker Queen Counsel.
In his ruling, Judge Michael Grieve said that the case of Ramakrun Bushan Deepchand is rare. He argues that before pronouncing the verdict, he had to take into account the fact that " Ramakrun Bushan Deepchand is a 'professional person', the father of two young children and it is only to provide for his family" .
In a statement to Radio Plus Friday, October 25, Ramakrun Mr. Deepchand says he is innocent. He announced a lawsuit against the British government. It also intends to appeal the judgment.