Five illegal workers caught in one restaurant.

Posted: September 8, 2011 in Law & Disorder

UKBA officers raided the Moza Indian Buffet in the festival leisure park Basildon on 1 September.

Five Bangladeshi men were found illegally working.

Two offenders, aged 31 and 32, had overstayed their visas. Another two men, 23 and 29, were working in breach of their visas while the fifth man, 33, had entered the UK illegally.

This is why illegal workers need to be caught

An asylum seeker, living in Smethwick, earned over £100,000 while working illegally.

Betty Mugambi, from Rwanda aged 32, of Sabell Road, Smethwick also pocketed over £16,000 in benefits by claiming to be a ‘boracic lint’ (skint) asylum seeker.

The serial fraudster entered the UK in 2002 and claimed asylum. Her claim was refused and she was barred from employment.

So she claimed to be destitute and received £10,199.16 in asylum support benefits from February 2003 until November 2003.

After her asylum claim was turned down, Mugambi scarpered and stayed in the country as an illegal immigrant. She used a false identity and false National Insurance number to gain illegal employment with Salts Healthcare, Richard Street, Aston, Birmingham. She worked for this company as a stores assistant and a team leader from June 2003 until November 2010 earning £96,258.54.

While working for Salts Healthcare, Mugambi was also employed as a care assistant by Leonard Cheshire Disability between April 2007 and October 2009. She used a false French passport and a false National Insurance number to obtain this job where she earned £8,342.79.

In March 2010, whilst working for Salts Healthcare, Mugambi told the UK Border Agency that she was destitute and received a further £6,102.65 in asylum support. She could not be removed from the country at that point because she made further representations about her asylum claim which the UK Border Agency had to consider.

Mugambi was arrested by West Midlands Police in November 2010 after attempting to cash a cheque for £1,868.12 from HM Revenue and Customs. This was a tax rebate following her employment with Salts. She used a forged driving licence when trying to cash the cheque.

On 27 April 2011 Mugambi was charged with five fraud and identity offences and on 2 August 2011 she pleaded guilty at Birmingham Crown Court to all five charges.

On 30 August 2011 she was sentenced at Birmingham Crown Court to:

8 months imprisonment for obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception and obtaining property by deception

2 months imprisonment for two counts of fraud by false representation

1 month imprisonment for possession of false identity documents.

All those crimes yet such a pitiful sentence, out in five months and straight back to working illegally I shouldn’t wonder.

Talking about foreign criminals in the UK

EU nationals are amassing more than 2,700 convictions every month.

Since 2007, the number of EU citizens punished for breaking the law in the UK has more than trebled, the total is expected to hit a record 33,000 this year.

According to the latest Home Office figures, 27,563 EU nationals were convicted in 2010, up from 10,736 in 2007.

But because of do-gooders manipulating the EU diktats and Labour’s Human Rights Act, officials are finding it next to impossible to deport the scroats once they have completed their sentences.

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