Wooller denies involvement in visa scam

June 1995
Accountancy;Jun95, Vol. 115 Issue 1222, p21
Trade Publication
The article reports on the alleged involvement of Jeff Wooller College of London founder Jeff Wooller in visa granting anomalies. It was said that the school enrolled immigrants as full-time students to renew their visas. Wooller was upset with the article and denied any wrongdoing. He said he was set up by a journalist and insisted on speaking to him to sign for a course, instead of a registrar who normally handles registrations.


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