UKBA officers visited Papa John’s on Guildford Road in Lightwater, Surrey on 27th September 2012, where they arrested three men from Pakistan for immigration offences. The first, a 28-year-old was in the UK illegally after over-staying his visa. The second, a 35-year-old, was working in breach of his visa conditions, while the third, a 54-year-old, had entered the UK illegally.
All 3 men have been detained pending their removal from the country.
Six illegal workers caught in Swansea and Neath, south Wales.
UKBA officers targeted Patti Raj, Gorse Lane, entering the restaurant at about 18:15 on Friday 28th September where checks on staff revealed four men from Bangladesh were working illegally. Three men – a 23-year-old waiter and two kitchen workers aged 27 and 31 – were found to have over-stayed their visas. A 40-year-old kitchen worker was found to have entered the country illegally.
The 23-year-old is in immigration detention awaiting his removal from the UK while the other three were given the opportunity to disappear by being allowed to leave and report weekly to a local police station.
On Wednesday 26th September raids were carried out on two takeaways in Skewen and Briton Ferry.
At Noble Balti House, Pant Yr Heol, Briton Ferry, a 32-year-old Bangladeshi kitchen worker was found to have over-stayed his visa. He is another illegal who has been given a chance to disappear by being allowed to leave and report regularly to a police station.
At China Chef, New Road, Skewen, a man tried to do a runner from the takeaway as officers entered. He was caught and checks revealed him to be a 35-year-old Chinese man who had entered the UK illegally. He was arrested and is currently detained at one of our immigration removal centres.