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A worker who was working in an undocumented manner has been taken into custody in Herefordshire. He was employed in an Indian restaurant located there. Reports have confirmed that the accused was staying in an illegal manner.
It has been said that a visit was marked by the officials from the UK Border Agency as they investigated the work permits of five staff people working at the Cinnamon Club located at the Bridge Street, Hereford. The visit was marked on 25th August 2010.
The reason behind the arrest of the Bangladeshi official is that the 29 year old man overstayed his visa, hence, violating the rules linked with UK Immigration system. In addition, he was not having the permission to stay in the country.
Also, there is news in the air that the restaurant might face a fine of £10,000 in a crime to hire the worker in an undocumented manner, till the time the restaurant proves that it performed legal right-to-work checks before recruiting him.
The accused has been ordered to report to the police officials or the Border Agency officials while he was kept on immigration bail. Moreover, other official reports are saying that plans are being made to mark his removal from the country.
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UK Border Agency has found a restaurant owner guilty of engaging illegal workers in to it, and now the owner may have to pay a fine up to £50,000. Reportedly, the restaurant has appointed 5 illegal workers. However, this is not the first time that UKBA has fined entities like eateries. There have been many times in the past, where owners were found guilty of similar offense.
The alleged illegal workers are all from China and the UKBA officials have arrested then at Richmond’s Miso Noodle Bar. However, each of them is alleged with a variety of immigration offenses. Two of them are failed asylum seekers, and two had overstayed their visas, the fifth one had entered the country unlawfully. They were being caught last week.
As of now, one of the offenders is in detention. Remaining four were freed on immigration bail. The UK Border Agency may consider sending all five workers back to their native country from the UK. Besides, the agency has warned the employer that he could face fine up to £50,000 for employing these men, if he would not be able to prove that he had carried out proper work checks.
In the meanwhile, 27 more people were found guilty of immigration offenses at a Lancaster farm. Reportedly, the large group constituted illegal workers from India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nepal. These people were alleged with different offenses, like illegal entry, working in breach of their UK visas, as well as overstaying permission to be in the UK.