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An Anglican vicar conducted hundreds of sham marriages between Eastern Europeans and African illegal immigrants desperate to stay in the UK, a court heard yesterday.
Alexander Brown is said to have been part of a 'massive' immigration fraud, allegedly presiding over almost one bogus ceremony a day at his parish church by the time he was arrested.
He married Eastern European men and women who were paid up to £3,000 to tie the knot with an African who would otherwise have faced deportation, prosecutors said.
Because anyone from an EU country - such as Poland, Lithuania or Estonia - is entitled to live and work in Britain, their spouse gets the same rights.
Prosecutor David Walbank said: 'He [Brown] conducted each of these ceremonies knowing full well they were sham marriages that were part of an immigration fraud.'
The court heard that couples were directed to 61-year- old Brown's church in St Leonards, East Sussex, by a Ukrainian factory worker and a solicitor who specialised in immigration law.
'Most of the so-called couples were not couples at all. Indeed, they hardly knew each other,' Mr Walbank told Lewes Crown Court.
'The Eastern European immigrants came here hoping for a better life, but found themselves living and working in conditions of real hardship.
'They were desperate and willing to consider any means of making cash.
'The Nigerians were equally desperate.They had exhausted all legal avenues and appeals to be allowed to stay and were willing to pay large amounts of cash.'
Reverend Alex Brown
St Peter and St Pauls: The church in St Leonards, East Sussex, were Reverend Brown allegedly conducted sham marriages involving illegal immigrants
Between July 2005 and September last year, Brown carried out 383 weddings at the Church of St Peter and St Paul, of which 360 are alleged to be bogus.
He is accused of conspiring to breach immigration laws along with Ukrainian factory worker Vladymyr Buchak, 33, and Rev Michael Adelasoye, 50, a solicitor who is also the pastor of an evaninggelical church called the Ark of Hope. All three deny the charges.
Buchak was allegedly at the heart of the scam, cajoling and persuading many of the Eastern Europeans to take part.
Adelasoye, as a solicitor, 'put himself up as a specialist in immigration law and advised Africans,' Mr Walbank said.
One Nigerian woman who married a Lithuanian at Brown's church in April 2007 spent her wedding night working at a nursthe action in an office that does not have a TV, and therefore probably does not have a TV licence, could land there company with a hefty fine.
Research from the Federation of Small Businesses warns that about a third of bosses have no idea of the rules.
Mike Cherry, FSB policy chairman, said a 'worrying number' of firms risk being fined. He said: 'It home, the court heard. Inga Rajaste, a 55-year-old Estonian, was also allegedly paid £3,000 in April 2007 to marry 30-year-old security guard Joseph Nduka, from Nigeria.
Another Lithuanian, 38-year-old Elvyra Ziogeviciene, met Buchak - an illegal immigrant since 2004 living in the UK under a false name - in a sausage factory.
The court was told that she was handed £2,000 in cash by Buchak when she arrived at the church for her wedding.
'This case involves a massive and systematic immigration fraud, and at its heart was the payment of cash sums to nationals of EU member states to enter into sham marriages with others from non-EU states,' said Mr Walbank.
'They did not enter into marriage to spend the rest of their lives together, rather they went through the ceremony of marriage for different reasons - one for cash and the other for rights to live and work in the UK.'
The couples involved in the marriages, who will be called as witnesses, have been cautioned by police, the court heard.
The trial continues.
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