Anglesey restaurant could be fined over illegal workers

Published date: 31 March 2014 |
Published by: Geraint Jones 
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AN ANGLESEY restaurant could be fined for employing illegal workers.
Home Office immigration officers arrested two Bangladeshi men at Rozi’s Tandoori in Amlwch for working illegally and overstaying their visas.
A Home Office spokesman said that one of the men was being held while steps were taken to deport him.
Richard Johnson, of the Wales Home Office immigration enforcement team, said: “These arrests are a clear warning to those in north Wales abusing our immigration laws.
“There will be no slowdown in our efforts to arrest, detain and remove you from the UK.”
The business received a notice warning that a civil penalty of up to £10,000 per illegal worker found would be imposed unless proof is provided that the correct right-to-work checks made.





 

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