17/09/2013

Two Men Arrested For Overstaying Their Visas

Two men have been arrested following a planned immigration raid at a Chinese takeaway in Newcastle, Co Down.

A Chinese man, 53, and a Filipino man, 24, working in the Wok Box, were discovered by Home Office officials. Both men were found to have overstayed their visas.

The men are currently being held while arrangements are being made for them to be removed from Northern Ireland.

The Chinese takeaway is liable for a fine of up to £20,000.

(CD/JP)

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