Two alleged illegitimate immigrants from India has been taken into custody after an operation in Worcester.
Officers of Immigration Enforcement of the UK, had visited two branch shops of Nisa Local in Ankerage Green, Wardon and Derwent Close, Warndon.
Employees of that shop were inquired for checking if they had right to reside and work in the UK. An 26 year old individual was taken into custody for staying even after his visa had expired. He has been is detained for removal from the UK.
Another 28 year old individual from India has been detained as he visited the UK without leave. He has been asked to report the Home Office at regular intervals.
Both shops has been served warning notices that a penalty of 20000 pounds for hiring illegal employees can be imposed. The shops would be liable for paying this penalty until they could show that proper pre job checks were taken place like document from Home Office which confirms work permit.
As per spokesman from UK Home Office, work right checking should be carried out by shops and their employees. Those who do not do this, has got risk of paying heavy fines.
Illegitimate working actually deceives the taxpayers; weaken the honest employers and legal job seekers are denied job prospects.
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