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No information about the reasons. He is Canadian and has had three visitor visa's and been living in London for over a year - off and on. The last time he entered from Poland, after visiting a concert, immigration told him they would let him in this time but he really should have had a bank statement, etc. He has a Polish girlfriend living and working in London. He came home to visit over Christmas with a round trip ticket and when he tried to enter the UK, he was detained. When asked, he told authorities he didn't have a girlfriend. They called his uncle who lives in Ascot and he told them he did have a girlfriend - so I'm sure they weren't impressed with different stories. He had a letter from his employer saying he had secure employment but was on a leave of absence. He also had a letter from the bank.
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