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Hello, I hope you are well. My name is***** am a solicitor advocate and I will be assisting you with your question today. I am very sorry to hear of the problem you are experiencing and I will do my best to help you with this matter.What you have explained is a civil dispute between an employer and formal employee. If the employee has been overpaid, the formal emplyer is allowed to claim this money back. The fact that the employee was dismissed does not change that fact, if an overpayment has been made, the employee must repay. If he refuses to do so, then yes the employer will take the matter to court. If you loose the case then this does stay on the persons credit file as a CCJ county court judgement for six years.It is not a crimping offence and does not have to be disclosed on any passport application.
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A visa matter should not be affected in any country, in the U.K. it is not a criminal law matter it is only a civil matter and therefore does not need to be disclosed at all.
I cannot answer that it would be speculation only. But as already explained if an overpayment has been made then they can legally claim it back. If the refuses to return the overpayment , then yes very likely he will loose in court.
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Very sorry, that is a new unrelated question and would therefore need to be asked as a new question so that an expert in that area can answer you.
Your original question was nor an immigration law question but an employment law question relation to overpayment.
This is a new question about birth rights of children and therefore must be asked as a new question. Sorry.
Post as a new question so that it may be considered and answered, good luck.