Six 'illegal' workers at New Malden restaurant facing deportation

Surrey Comet: Six 'illegal' workers at New Malden restaurant facing deportation Six 'illegal' workers at New Malden restaurant facing deportation

Immigrants working illegally in New Malden were arrested in a Home Office sting.

Six employees at the Jin Go Gae restaurant in Burlington Road were questioned on Tuesday evening.

The restaurant’s owners could be fined £10,000 for employing each worker unless they can prove they carried out right-to-work checks.

Immigration officers found four workers had overstayed their visas: a Nepalese man, 41, a South Korean woman, 44, a Bangledeshi man, 40, and an Indian man, 39.

Another Indian man, aged 43, had breached his visa conditions and a 50-year-old Chinese man was found to be living in the UK illegally.

Jill Smith, from Home Office immigration enforcement, said: “Illegal working has a negative impact on communities.

“It defrauds the taxpayer, undercuts honest employers and cheats legitimate job seekers out of employment opportunities.”

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12:28pm Fri 6 Dec 13

kingstonpaul says...

Tip of the iceberg. Leaving aside the vexed issue of illegal immigration, these workers are a threat to the health & safety of restaurants because either they can't understand the hygiene regulations or, if they do, will often ignore them because their cultures don't require such fastidious approaches to hygiene.
Tip of the iceberg. Leaving aside the vexed issue of illegal immigration, these workers are a threat to the health & safety of restaurants because either they can't understand the hygiene regulations or, if they do, will often ignore them because their cultures don't require such fastidious approaches to hygiene. kingstonpaul

12:33pm Fri 6 Dec 13

mr-bjp says...

They may face deportation but we all know it will never happen. They should be deported on the day they are caught, no if's or but's, just get rid of them.
They may face deportation but we all know it will never happen. They should be deported on the day they are caught, no if's or but's, just get rid of them. mr-bjp

4:05pm Mon 9 Dec 13

richarddonnelly says...

The only thing that poses a danger to our communities is the threat of the police turning up in them and nicking a load of people for the CRIME of working.

Glad to see the usual degenerates who reckon they're better than other people because of some lines arbitarily drawn on a map have already gotten on to this comments page to spread their miserable, pathetic hatred.
The only thing that poses a danger to our communities is the threat of the police turning up in them and nicking a load of people for the CRIME of working. Glad to see the usual degenerates who reckon they're better than other people because of some lines arbitarily drawn on a map have already gotten on to this comments page to spread their miserable, pathetic hatred. richarddonnelly

4:15pm Mon 9 Dec 13

burgessdavid says...

richarddonnelly wrote:
The only thing that poses a danger to our communities is the threat of the police turning up in them and nicking a load of people for the CRIME of working.

Glad to see the usual degenerates who reckon they're better than other people because of some lines arbitarily drawn on a map have already gotten on to this comments page to spread their miserable, pathetic hatred.
If only you knew what irony was Richard. The only degenerate here is you.
[quote][p][bold]richarddonnelly[/bold] wrote: The only thing that poses a danger to our communities is the threat of the police turning up in them and nicking a load of people for the CRIME of working. Glad to see the usual degenerates who reckon they're better than other people because of some lines arbitarily drawn on a map have already gotten on to this comments page to spread their miserable, pathetic hatred.[/p][/quote]If only you knew what irony was Richard. The only degenerate here is you. burgessdavid

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