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Illegal workers caught in Wales
Following operations by immigration enforcement officers in Denbigh and Ruthin, four immigration offenders have been caught.
Officers visited Happy House on Denbigh High Street at 17:15 on Thursday 14th November where a Malaysian woman, aged 49, was found to have overstayed her visa, was arrested. She is currently being detained while steps are being taken to remove her from the country.
A Chinese man, aged 27, was also arrested on suspicion of having entered the country illegally. He has been temporarily released like loads of others probably to be caught working illegally somewhere else.
Later the same evening at 19:15 officers visited the Welcome Takeaway, Borthyn, Ruthin.
A Malaysian woman, aged 30, and a 47-year-old Chinese woman who were found to have overstayed their visas and were working illegally were arrested. The Chinese woman was found by officers hiding in the attic of the premises. Both are currently in detention while steps are being taken to remove them from the country.
Meanwhile in Crewe
Acting on intelligence, officers visited two restaurants on the night of Wednesday 20th November and questioned individuals present to check if they had the right to be in the UK.
First they visited Happy Days on Flag Lane and arrested two Chinese men who were believed to be working illegally. One of the men, aged 23, was arrested for overstaying his visa while a 26-year-old man was arrested for entering the country illegally. Not happy days for them then.
Later on, officers visited Spicelink Tandoori in Hightown and arrested a 55-year-old Bangladeshi man for entering the country illegally.
Finally in Bolton
A Pakistani fraudster who used a fake passport to enter the UK has been jailed for 18 months following an investigation.
Yunus Mohamed Patel used a false French passport to gain entry to the UK after paying 6000 Indian rupees for the document. In 2012 the 29-year-old from India then submitted another false document – a counterfeit Indian passport – in an attempt to secure leave to remain in the UK.
But he was arrested by investigators at his home address in 19 St Helier Street, Bolton where a number of false and counterfeit documents were discovered.
Patel pleaded guilty to the four charges against him including forgery, obtaining property by deception, possessing false identity documents and seeking to obtain leave by deception.
On Friday 15th November he was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment at Bolton crown court. He faces deportation following his sentence, yeah will see.