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Aberdeenshire businesses fined more than £28,000 for illegal workers

Aberdeenshire businesses fined more than £28,000 for illegal workers

Four Aberdeenshire restaurants have been fined a total of £28,750 in civil penalties for employing illegal workers, details recently published by the UK Border Agency show.

As part of the ongoing crackdown into illegal working, the takeaways and restaurants were visited in late 2011 and January this year.

Porto Rico's in Ladeside Road, Port Elphinstone was visited in August 2011 and 3 Pakistani members of staff were found to have no right to work in the UK.
Our officers visited the Massala Garden takeaway in Brighton Place, Peterculter in October 2011, where 1 Bangladeshi man was working illegally.

Porto Rico's in Broad Street, Peterhead was visited in November 2011, and 2 Pakistani men were working illegally there.

In January 2012, officers visited the Spice Cottage in South Road, Oldmeldrum, where 4 Bangladeshi men with no right to work in the UK were found.

All 4 businesses were issued with potential fine notices for employing illegal workers.

They were then given an opportunity to prove that the correct right-to-work checks were made before the workers were taken on.

They failed to do so and have now been handed fines of £10,000 for Porto Rico's in Port Elphinstone, £5,000 for Massala Garden, 
£8,750 for Porto Rico's in Peterhead and £5,000 for the Spice Cottage.

Rob Whiteman, chief executive, UK Border Agency said:

'Our officers are carrying out operations throughout Aberdeenshire to target unscrupulous employers who hire illegal workers, 
are undercutting wages and potentially exploiting vulnerable workers.

'The UK Border Agency is happy to work with businesses and advise what checks need to be carried out on staff, 
but those who do break the law should know that they will face heavy fines like these businesses.

'Tip-offs from the public can be a vital part of our operations, 
and our new national allegations database which was recently introduced will help ensure we make the most of every piece of information we're given. 
Anyone with information on suspected immigrations offenders should contact us or call Crimestoppers.'

Every year, the UK Border Agency imposes civil penalties on hundreds of companies which fail to carry out the necessary right-to-work checks on their staff.

Eight arrests in London visa fraud investigation

Eight arrests in London visa fraud investigation

16 October 2012

Our officers today raided 9 properties and arrested 8 people as part of a major investigation into a suspected visa fraud network based in London.

Early this morning, our investigators carried out raids on 5 residential addresses in Brent, Harrow, Southall, Hayes and Kilburn.

In addition searches were carried out at 4 separate business premises in Harrow and Park Royal. Two of those involved the offices of immigration law advisors.

The arrests were the culmination of a year-long investigation into a criminal network suspected of assisting hundreds of clients, mainly Indian, 
Pakistani and Nepali nationals,
 to fraudulently apply for UK visas. Clients would typically pay thousands of pounds each.

Andy Shortland, criminal and financial investigation team in West London, UK Border Agency said:
'Our investigation is targeting an organised network suspected of being involved in a complex and systematic attempt to evade the UK's immigration controls.

'That investigation will continue with the evidence we have seized today.'

Those arrested were:

1) British male (aged 31) arrested at an address in Church Lane, Brent
2) British male (32) arrested at an address in Church Lane, Brent
3) British male (35) arrested at an address in Church Lane, Brent
4) British male (34) arrested at an address in Swanage Waye, Hayes
5) Indian male (32) arrested at an address in St Pauls Avenue, Harrow
6) British male (32) arrested at an address in North Road, Southall
7) British male (32) arrested at an address in North Road, Southall
8) British male (30) arrested at an address in Mortimer Crescent, Kilburn

All were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to defraud and are now being questioned at a police station in London.

Our West London criminal and financial investigation team is a specialist unit of police officers seconded from the Metropolitan Police working alongside our warranted officers to investigate organised immigration crime.

News & Updates ( UK Border Agency )

 News & Updates UK Border Agency

01 October 2012

As previously announced, a number of changes to the Immigration Rules are coming into effect today.

New Rules now apply for extending your visa

If you are applying to extend your visa under the points-based system, all working and student routes, visiting routes, long residency routes and discharged HM Forces and UK ancestry routes, new rules will now apply.

If you have limited leave to enter or remain in the UK and wish to extend your visa, you must apply within 28 days of your current visa expiring. Your application for further leave will be refused if you have overstayed your visa by more than 28 days when you apply.

If you have no right to be in the country we expect you to leave voluntarily and we will enforce your return if you fail to do so. Where we need to enforce someone's return they may be subject to a ban on re-entering the UK.