Talking to the publication on a train to the French capital, Khiyal said: “My British lawyer said now is not a good time to come because of the new laws in the UK.
“I will stay in Paris until I decide what to do.”
The Illegal Migration Bill introduced early in the week aims to make it impossible for migrants who arrive illegally by small boat to successfully claim asylum.
As part of the plans, migrants will be detained in old, disused military bases before being removed from Britain.
The 28-year-old was booted out of Britain in 2019 after serving half a nine-year sentence.
He said he had “changed his ways” and “will never give up trying to get to the UK.
Kochai said in France, where he has been for three months, “we don’t get anything” in contrast to the UK where he would “get an education, a job and a house”.
Many of those still determined to get to the UK via small boat believe the new plans will fall through after the Government’s failure to kickstart the policy of removing migrants to Rwanda.
On the other hand, former members of the border force think the measures could seriously help to police the coastline.
Former Border Force chief immigration officer, Kevin Saunders said many of the migrants were wrong about nothing happening with Rwanda.
He said: “I think Rwanda’s going to work when the legal case unravels.”
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