A Northern Ireland man is due in court this morning charged over the death of a Sikh father in a shipping container.
Martin McGlinchey, of Derryloughan Road, Coalisland, Dungannon, in Co Tyrone will appear before magistrates in Basildon.
The 47-year-old has been charged with conspiring to facilitate illegal entry into the UK.
The dead man was one of 35 people from Afghanistan, including 15 children, found at Tilbury Docks on 16 August.
Mr McGlinchey will be taken from a police station to his first remand hearing in front of magistrates.
He is expected to be remanded in custody as police investigations continue.
Two other men also charged in connection with the death remain in custody and are due to appear at Basildon Crown Court in November.
Stephen McLaughlin, 34, Rose Park, Limavady, and Timothy Murphy, aged 33, of, Elmgrove, Londonderry are both charged with conspiring to facilitate illegal entry into the UK.
The migrants arrived in the UK on a ship from Belgium and were said by police to be victims of people trafficking.
They were discovered after dock workers heard banging and screaming coming from one of the containers.
Those found inside were taken to hospital, with many suffering from the effects of severe dehydration and hypothermia.
The dead man has been named as Meet Singh Kapoor. He was 40 years old.
The 34 survivors include 10 men, nine women and 15 children, with their ages ranging from one to 72.
They are all in the care of the Home Office after being discharged from hospital and questioned by police. They are seeking asylum in the UK.