Big Brother's Sree Dasari faces eviction - out of the country

BIG Brother housemate Sree Dasari could be facing eviction – not out of the house, but out of the country! The Hatfield student is facing the threat of deportation after crisis talks were held with an immigration lawyer on Friday. Issues regarding his vis

BIG Brother housemate Sree Dasari could be facing eviction - not out of the house, but out of the country!

The Hatfield student is facing the threat of deportation after crisis talks were held with an immigration lawyer on Friday.

Issues regarding his visa application were brought up during the private meeting, which took place on the set of the Channel 4 reality show.

However, the University of Hertfordshire has given the 25-year-old its backing.


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A spokesman said: "We are aware there is an issue with Sree Dasari's visa application.

"Sree is entitled to remain in the UK during the appeal period which is approximately three months.

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"The university has been liaising with the Home Office to ensure that we provide as much support as we can.

"We will be contacting Sree once he leaves the Big Brother house."

Sree is due to take over as president of the students' union next Wednesday, July 1.

That position remains unclear, though, as the Welwyn & Hatfield Times was unable to contact anyone from the student body at time of going to press.

A Big Brother spokeswoman said due to the "confidential nature" of Sree's private meeting, she could not "say anything further".

But she did add: "Sree is entitled to be in the UK and in the Big Brother house."

It is believed Sree's case is being investigated by the UK Border Agency.

The agency refused to comment on specific cases, but area director Gareth Redmond did add: "Those who come to Britain to work or study must play by our rules and be prepared to face the consequences if they do not."

Big Brother housemates will nominate who is up next for eviction from the house on tonight's (Wednesday) programme.

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