……so what’s the point of catching them if they are then let go?
I suppose it’s a bit like fishing, you catch a fish for sport then put it back so it can be caught again by someone else.
A restaurant in Guildford, The Cinnamon Tree, Woodbridge Road, was visited by immigration officer at 12:10pm on Wednesday 15th January. They arrested three Bangladeshi men. Two, both aged 35, had entered the country illegally while the third, aged 21, was working in breach of his visa conditions.
The 21-year-old was transferred to immigration detention pending removal from the country. The remaining two were placed on immigration bail and will also face removal if found to have no leave to remain in the UK. That’s if they can be found again.
Four immigration offenders have been caught following an operation by officers.
On Wednesday 15th January officers visited the Raj Tandoori on Warrington Road.
Three Pakistani men aged between 23 and 45 and one Bangladeshi man aged 28 were all arrested. The three Pakistani men had overstayed their visas are all now in detention while steps are taken to remove them from the country.
The Bangladeshi man had no permission to work, and was placed on immigration bail so he can disappear forever too.
Immigration officers visited Halton Lodge Supper Bar, in Halton Lodge Centre, on Thursday 16th January.
They arrested six Chinese men aged between 20 and 49 who had breached immigration rules. All six had either overstayed their visas or entered the country without leave to do so.
The men have been placed on immigration bail so this lot can clear off too.