Man deported for working illegally in Hatfield
A FORTY-YEAR-OLD Ghanaian has been deported after being caught working in Hatfield, in breach of his visa. The man came to the country in May on a visitor's visa, but used false documents to earn employment with cleaning firm Initial. He was then caught
A FORTY-YEAR-OLD Ghanaian has been deported after being caught working in Hatfield, in breach of his visa.
The man came to the country in May on a visitor's visa, but used false documents to earn employment with cleaning firm Initial.
He was then caught stealing items from TK Maxx, in the Galleria, one of the firm's clients.
After being cautioned by police, checks revealed he was breaching the conditions of his stay.
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On Monday last week officers from the UK Border Agency raided his home, in Birchwood Avenue, and recovered his passport.
He was detained, and then sent back to his home country on Friday.
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Immigration officer Andy Dann said: "We are cracking down on illegal working.