British origin musician asked to leave India, know more

objection is said to be due to Stefan Felix Kaye overstaying illegally since 2010

A British origin musician Stefan Felix Kaye has been asked to exit India within two weeks time.

The ultimatum has been given by Foreigners Regional Registration Officer (FRRO).

It need be mentioned that Kaye is also founder member of the band The Ska Vengers.

The objection is said to be due to Stefan Felix Kaye overstaying illegally since 2010.

But Kaye is fighting a court case to be allowed to stay in India.

He said that he does not subscribe to the view that one is always a subject of the country in which they were born.

The musician nonetheless fears he will be deported to the UK.

This is even when six month-old daughter and wife Ritika might be left alone.

The FRRO’s order came against the backdrop of the High Court’s June 29 order.

Kaye had come to India in February 2006 and met Ritika here where after they tied the knot.

Subsequently, the FRRO passed an order on July 18, saying “your last employment visa was extended up to February 2010, and you were illegally overstaying since then.”

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