Twenty-two illegals caught.

Posted: June 20, 2013 in British jobs for British workers, Law & Disorder

Twenty-two illegal workers caught, 13 were arrested whilst 9 were bailed so they can disappear and be caught again, job sustainability that’s what that is.

Four immigration offenders have been arrested following a raid by UKBA officers in Maidenhead. Officers visited Asian Fusion on Bath Road in Littlewick Green, isn’t that a toy town, at around 12:30 on Tuesday 17th June, where they carried out immigration checks on members of staff.
They arrested four men from Bangladesh aged between 22 and 35 for over-staying their visas. Three were in the restaurant and a 4th man was found in residential accommodation above the business. All four were detained pending their removal from the UK.
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Two pizza takeaways in Sandhurst are facing fines following raids by UKBA officers.
They visited Papa John’s on Yorktown Road at around 18:00 on Thursday 13th June, where they carried out immigration checks on members of staff.
They arrested two men from Pakistan, aged 28 and 52, for over-staying their visas. The 28-year-old was detained pending his removal from the UK, while the 52-year-old was granted immigration bail giving him a chance to seek illegal work somewhere else.
Next port of call was Herbies Pizza, also on Yorktown Road. There they arrested a 27-year-old man from India who had over-stayed his visa. He was also detained pending removal.

Six men have been have been arrested in Kent following immigration enforcement operations at three businesses.
On Friday 14th June officers visited Joshan of Wye, High Street, Wye.They checked the immigration status of the staff and found three men from Bangladesh, aged 21, 23, and 34, who were working illegally. Two of the men had not left the UK when their visas expired. The third was working in breach of his visa conditions. The men were arrested and two remain in detention while steps to remove them from the UK. The 34-year-old has been released on immigration.

An enforcement visit by officers to JS Mini Mart, Avery Way, Allhallows, Rochester on Thursday 13th June revealed a 49-year-old Sri Lankan who had no right to work in the UK. He was stopped from working and escorted from the premises.
On Wednesday 12th June officers visited Family Bargains, Ambley Road, Gillingham. They checked the immigration status of the staff and found two 26-year-olds from India working illegally. The two, who had not left the UK when their visas expired, were arrested and placed in immigration detention pending their removal from the UK.

lahoreNine immigration offenders have been arrested following raids on two restaurants in Tooting.
Officers visited Lahore Karari, Tooting High Street, and Dawat, Upper Tooting Road, on Saturday 15th June at 15:55 where officers arrested six men. Two Pakistanis aged 21 and 44 had overstayed their visas, a further two, aged 23 and 32, had entered the country illegally, while a 32-year-old was a failed asylum seeker. A 22-year-old Afghan male was found to be a failed asylum seeker.
Officers then moved on to Dawat at about 19:25, where they arrested three Pakinstani men aged 22, 29 and 51 for overstaying their visas. The 51-year-old attempted to leg it through a back door but was nabbed.
The Afghan and the Pakistani nationals aged 21, 22 and 32 were all transferred to immigration detention pending removal from the UK. The others were placed on immigration bail giving them a chance to disappear, we never learn.

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