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Posted: September 17, 2011 in British jobs for British workers, Law & Disorder

IlieThree illegal workers have been caught after raids in Torbay.

UKBA officers visited Balti Garden, Abbey Road, Torquay, on 8 September.

After the documents of staff were checked, a Bangladeshi waiter was found to be working in breach of his visitor visa.

Officers then went to Paignton, where a Chinese man who had entered the UK illegally was found at an address on Church Street.

Finally, another Chinese man was detained at a residential address in Torquay Road, Paignton. He was found to be a failed asylum seeker who had stayed in the UK illegally when his claim for protection was turned down.

Two of the men remain in detention while arrangements are made to remove them from the country. The man found in Church Street, Paignton, was placed on immigration bail giving him time to ‘Scapa Flow’ (go) and disappear back into the world of the ‘Lost Asylum Seekers’

Another three illegal workers have been found after two Pembrokeshire businesses were raided.

UKBA officers visited Mr Wong, in Main Street, Pembroke, on 9 September who wasn’t doing right.

A Chinese man working there was found to be a failed asylum seeker who had not left the UK when his claim for protection was turned down.

Officers then went to Taj Mahal, Milford Road, Haverfordwest, where two Bangladeshi men – a chef and a waiter – were both found to have stayed in the UK after their visas expired.

The Bangladeshi men remain in detention pending their deportation, while the Chinese man has been placed on immigration bail, another potential recruit for the ‘Lost Asylum Seeker’ multitudes.

Finally to complete a hat-trick of hat-tricks

Three illegal workers have been caught in Great Yarmouth and Hemsby following raids on 8 September.

Officers first raided the China Inn, Northgate Street, Great Yarmouth, sealing all the exits before questioning staff and checking their immigration status. They caught a Chinese man, working in the kitchen, who was a failed asylum seeker with no permission to work in the UK.

The manager of the takeaway said that the man had only started work that same evening, that old chestnut

Officers then moved on to Hong Kong Takeaway, Kingsway, Hemsby, where two illegal workers – both Chinese men – were caught.

One illegal worker was preparing food in the kitchen while another man was found hiding behind a door in living accommodation upstairs. After questioning the manager, officers were satisfied that the man hiding upstairs was also an illegal worker. Immigration checks run on both men showed that they were failed asylum seekers.

All three men were arrested and detained to see if there is any possibility they can be evicted from our country.

Eight benefit fraudsters appear in court in a single day and NONE of them are jailed, can you ‘Adam and Eve’ that.


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