Home Office to probe sex-for-visas claim: "Anthony Pamnani, a former administration worker at Lunar House, which deals with 300,000 visa and asylum applications a year, told The Sun newspaper that attractive female applicants were routinely given preferential treatment and that his colleagues could not be bothered to carry out security checks.
'One girl came in and told us an admin officer had visited her flat and they slept together. She got indefinite leave to stay,' he told the newspaper."


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