From 101-year-old man asked for confirmation parents so he could stay in England after Breccia

101-year-old man, who has lived in London more than half his life, said he’ll have to come with mom and dad to check after Breccia.

According to the British newspaper The Guardian, Giovanni Palmiero, who immigrated from Italy in 1966, fell victim to a processing error, where the immigration officers believed that he was born in 2019 and not in 1919.

In other words, an application designed to identify the citizens, told officials that the Italian survivor was a child not older than one year.

Fortunately for Palmiero, an administrator who helped him in the Advisory center, noticed that something was wrong when he missed the passport of the elderly person through the scanner and got some strange readings of the data.

«I was surprised, — said Dmitry scarlato. — I called the Ministry of the interior, and it took two phone calls and half an hour to understand that it is an application issue, not mine.»

Scarlato works in the organization, which helps EU nationals living in the UK, to cope with the consequences of Breccia January 31. According to the employee, the Ministry of the interior eventually sent a letter of apology Palmiero and his family.

Have Palmiero have a 92-year-old wife, whom he married 75 years. According to reports, they have four children, eight grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. He worked to 94 years, until late in the night was a diner.

His son Assunta told The Guardian that the test his father was a «humiliation» that older people should not tolerate.

«It’s more of a hassle than anything else, said Assunta. — It will not drive, but people his age don’t have to go through this process.»