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Sir,G.A.noon As somebody ask me to get Scc from yr country

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As somebody ask me to get Scc from yr country by offering job but to pay amount how to pay is not mentioned then What Shell I do???????????
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: UK Immigration Law
Expert:  jludwic replied 2 years ago.
Good Day. My name is ***** ***** I am delighted to answer your questions today. I have 35 years experience as an immigration lawyer.Are you in the US?What kind of visa do you have to be in the US?Are you actually asking about a Social Security Number (SSN)?Do you have an employer who wants to file for a work visa for you?What kind of work do you do?Thank you for your patience. I have to ask these quetions to give you a good and honest answer. Judith
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Res.Mam, Could you answer my early question ,Even I asked How could I get SCC certy of Could I pay for it at UK asoon as reach there???????????????
Expert:  ratioscripta replied 2 years ago.
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I am afraid I have some bad news. You are being scammed. There is no such barrister in the UK as "Victor Silas." You can check the roll yourself here.
If someone is offering you a job in the UK and it sounds too good to be true, it likely is. This sounds like a job scam - see here. (The scams differ in script, but they are always more or less the same.) Many of these actually are executed from the UK by Nigerian expats. The UK authorities are currently attempting to crack down on the scams but they are not 100% successful.
Sooner or later, the scammer will begin demanding money or personal identity information. They will steal the money, and then steal your identity.
Please be careful and terminate the conversation with any person purporting themselves to be a part of this matter.
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