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Hi, how long are you proposing to stay in the uk and do you have any criminal convictions?
If going to the UK, I would be there for at most a week. In terms of criminal conviction, not that I know of as far as I have never been arrested nor had a mandatory hearing in front of a judge.
Hi, if that is the case, you will not have anything to worry about.
With regard to what questions are asked by immigration officers, this is difficult to answer as each case would be different and questions would be asked pertaining to an individuals circumstances.
Therefore, based on the limited information you have provided, it would seem you would not have any problems in gaining entry to the UK.
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