Thirteen illegal workers caught in Manchester

Posted: June 29, 2012 in British jobs for British workers, Law & Disorder
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IlieThirteen illegal workers from Pakistan were arrested in a series of raids across Manchester.

On 21st June, UKBA officers went to Lahori Badsha Restaurant and Takeaway on Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester and carried out immigration checks on the staff present.
Three Pakistanis aged between 20 and 34 were arrested for working in breach of their visa conditions and one 27-year-old man was arrested for overstaying his visa. All four men were working illegally.

Officers also visited ANS Convenience Store on Blackcarr Road, Manchester where they arrested a 24-year-old Pakistani man for overstaying his visa and working illegally.

On 22nd June, officers visited The Palatine Bar & Sher Akbar Restaurant on Palatine Road, Manchester and arrested a 32-year-old Pakistani man for working illegally and in breach of his visa conditions.

Later that evening, they also visited Lahori Shahenshah Bar & Restaurant on Palatine Road, Manchester where seven Pakistani men aged between 20 and 51 were arrested for illegal entry to the UK, working in breach of visa conditions and overstaying their visas. All the men were working illegally in the restaurant.

Eleven men currently remain in immigration detention pending their removal from the UK whilst the two other men are on immigration bail. Why is that eh, eleven get detention but two make bail what can be the difference?

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