Bangladeshi illegal workers held in UK

25 Bangladeshi illegal workers were arrested in the last 7 weeks in several enforcement operations at businesses across the UK.

The UK Border Agency is now working to remove them from the UK as soon as possible, said a press release of British High Commission in Dhaka on Tuesday.

It said they had committed immigration offences, including entering the UK illegally and overstaying their visas. The men were working illegally in restaurants and take-aways.

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These businesses now face fines of up to £10,000 for each illegal worker, unless they can prove that they carried out the correct pre-employment checks.

“We will not tolerate illegal working, which undercuts wages and can exploit vulnerable workers. The UK Border Agency will target employers who ignore the rules and remove people who have no right to be in the UK”, said a UK Border Agency spokesperson.

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We’re happy to work with businesses to let them know what checks need to be done on staff, but those who do break the law should know that we are out there looking for them and they will face heavy fines.” the spokesman added.

The illegal workers were arrested in enforcement operations by UK Border Agency and police officers in Worchester, Pontypool and Merthyr Tydfil in South Wales, Exeter, Paignton and Newton Abbott in Devon, Lincolnshire, Warwickshire and Southall in West London, the release said.

News Source: UNB