Seventy-one illegal workers caught

Posted: May 15, 2013 in British jobs for British workers, Law & Disorder
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May 9th, a red letter day for catching illegal workers, 71 caught plus the 37 I’ve already reported on for that day.

Six immigration offenders have been arrested following a series of raids in Burnt Oak. Home Office immigration enforcement officers visited three businesses on Watling Avenue.
At Afro Cosmetics, they arrested three Pakistani men. A 26-year-old had overstayed his visa and two others aged 20 and 28 were working in breach of their visa conditions.
Officers then visited Bambino’s Kebab and Pizza Shop where they arrested a 20-year-old Afghan man who was a failed asylum seeker and Pakistani man, aged 24, who had overstayed his visa.
At the final address, Isabel’s Hairdresser, they arrested a 48-year-old Jamaican woman who had overstayed her visa.
JobVacancyThe Jamaican woman has been placed on immigration bail while steps are taken to remove her from the country, that’s if she doesn’t ‘scarper’ in the mean time. The others were transferred to immigration detention pending their removal from the UK.

Five immigration offenders have been arrested by a Home Office Immigration Enforcement team in Newcastle.
Officers first visited Tenji Japanese Buffet in Barrack Road where they arrested three illegal workers – a 30-year-old visa overstayer from Sri Lanka; a 25-year-old visa overstayer from the Phillipines and a 26-year-old Sri Lankan who was working in breach of his visa conditions. A 4th offender who was at the premises, but not working was also arrested. The 57-year-old man from Hong Kong had overstayed his visa.
At Jashn Restaurant in Whickham Bank, officers arrested a Bangladeshi man, 20, who had overstayed his visa. All five men were taken into immigration detention pending their removal from the UK.

Fourteen immigration offenders have been arrested following Home Office Immigration Enforcement operation at a double glazing manufacturer and supplier in Welham Green, Herts. Acting on intelligence, officers visited Advanced Sealed Units Ltd at Travellers Lane.
Checks on the immigration status of staff revealed eleven men aged between 25 and 56 and a 28-year old woman, all from India, who were working illegally. They were arrested and have all been detained pending their removal from the country.
Officers then carried out visits to two residential addresses in Welham Green where two more immigration offenders were encountered.
A 31-year-old visa overstayer from India was arrested at Oxlease Drive and taken into immigration detention. A 41-year-old Indian visa overstayer was arrested at Woods Close and released on immigration bail.

Four immigration offenders have been arrested by Home Office Immigration Enforcement team in Wisbech. Officers from Cambridgeshire Police and HM Revenue and Customs, visited twelve businesses in the town to ensure they were complying with legislation around the employment of foreign nationals.
Arrests were made at three businesses – Premier Shop in Norwich Road; Haran’s All In One Store in Norfolk Street, and Tandoori Hut, also in Norfolk Street.
Two Indian men, 43 and 27, who had overstayed their visas were arrested at Premier Shop. A 38-year-old Indian man who had overstayed his visa was arrested at Haran’s All In One Store and at Tandoori Hut a 49-year-old visa overstayer from Pakistan was caught as he attempted to have it away on his toes from the back door of the premises. All four men have been taken into immigration detention pending their removal from the UK.
A 5th illegal worker, a 28-year-old illegal entrant from China, was encountered at the Evergreen Chinese Takeaway in Victoria Road. He was not arrested, but released on reporting restrictions pending the outcome of an application to remain in the UK.Yeah well , he will have it away on his toes I shouldn’t wonder.

Ten people have been arrested following Immigration Enforcement operations in Wick.
Officers visited a number of licensed premises, working with officers from Police Scotland. At Spice Tandoori on Shore, six Bangladeshi men aged between 28 and 41 were arrested after being found to be working illegally.
Later at Curry King on Bridge Street, two Bangladeshi men aged 30 and 58 were also arrested for working illegally.
After visiting Dragon House on High Street, a 29-year-old Chinese woman and a 34-year-old Chinese man were discovered working illegally and arrested.
All ten offenders were arrested and have been detained pending their removal from the country.

Seventeen immigration offenders have been caught following Immigration Enforcement operations in Oban. Officers visited a number of licensed premises in Oban, working with officers from Police Scotland. Checks on the immigration status of staff revealed seventeen men had no right to work in the UK. They were all arrested with sixteen being detained pending their removal from the country while one has been released awaiting further enquiries into his immigration status.

The premises visited during the operation were:
tajmahalTaj Mahal, on George Street, where five Bangladeshi men aged between 22 and 36 were arrested. Kebabish on George Street, where a 32-year-old Pakistani man was arrested.
Crystal Palace, on George Street, where two Chinese men aged 43 and 45 were arrested and detained while a 3rd Chinese man was arrested but later released pending further enquiries.
Light of India, on Stevenson Street, where five Bangladeshi men aged between 26 and 64 were arrested.
Coriander, on Soroba Road, where three Bangladeshi men aged between 31 and 39 were arrested.

Following a Home Office Immigration Enforcement operation in Glasgow, fourteen people were arrested for working illegally. Officers assisted by Police Scotland and Scottish Power visited a number of licensed premises in Glasgow to check the immigration status of the workers.

Arrests for working illegally were made at the following premises:
China Chef, on Carntyne Road – a 35-year-old Chinese man.
Ali’s Kebab and Curries, on Shettleston Road – 2 Pakistani men aged 32 and 57.
Panda House, Inverleith Street – a 22-year-old Malaysian man.
Ruby Murrays on Cumbernauld Road – two Indian men aged 26 and 32.
Shimla Tandoori, on Quebec Wynd – two Indian men aged 23 and 44.
Chillies East End, on Halhill Road – a 32-year-old Bangladeshi man.
7 Spices, on Carntyne Road – a-24-year old Indian man.
Spicy Curry Palace, on Smithycroft Road – a 36-year-old Pakistani man.
Sher Gills, on Cumbernauld Road – a 49-year-old Indian man.
Tasty House, on Smithycroft Road – a 41-year-old Indian man.
All in One, on Marne Street – a 39-year-old Indian man.

All those arrested have been detained while steps are taken to remove them from the country.

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