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Muslim leader who attempted to sue Donald Trump for £10million ‘tried to foil police probe into his illegal immigration service’

Kamran Malik, 50, is accused of attempting to block witness talking to police

His firm was investigated over offering unregulated immigration services

Malik and his wife deny they provided immigration advice while unqualified

Comes after the Muslim leader lost legal battle with Donald Trump for £10m

By Stewart Paterson For Mailonline

8 June 2017

A Muslim political leader denied tried to foil a police investigation into the illegal immigration services allegedly offered by his law firm.

Kamran Malik, 50, attempted to prevent a witness informing police about corrupt practices at KM Legal Advisory [KMLA] in Forest Gate, east London, it is claimed.

Malik and his secretary wife Humera Kamran 40, were being investigated for allegedly offering unregulated immigration services at the firm between November 2014 and October 2016.

They denied providing immigration advice and services when not qualified to do so when they appeared at Southwark Crown Court.

Malik also denied trying to pervert the course of justice by pressuring a witness to retract their statement against him and to claim he had been bullied into submitting it in the first place.

Earlier prosecutor Alisdar Richardson said: ‘This case involves a company of which Malik Kamran is the principal director.

‘It provides immigration advice and services.

‘Since 2001 it has been necessary to be qualified to provide immigration advice and services.

‘But since 2001 this has been unregulated service.

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