12:05PM, Monday 05 August 2013
A man arrested by immigration officers at the Asian Fusion restaurant has been deported from Britain and three others also face removal from the country.
Immigration officers raided the restaurant in Bath Road, Maidenhead at lunchtime on Tuesday, June 17, arresting four men from Bangladesh aged between 22 and 35 for overstaying their visa.
Three were in the restaurant, one in residential accommodation upstairs.
This week Home Office spokesman Richard Crowe confirmed that a 36-year-old man had been removed from the country on June 26.
Two others, aged 22 and 26, remain in detention pending removal, while the fourth aged 24 has been placed on immigration bail while his case is dealt with. He will also face removal from the UK if found to have no right to remain.Mr Crowe said a specialist team would deal with any action that might be taken against the restaurant. This could take several months as the business would have a right to appeal against any fine imposed.
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