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Communities were visited by Immigration officials to discuss visa issues

November 2013, 17
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Officials from the Immigration Department and Border Protection (DIBP) are visiting communities in capital cities outside Australia to meet people who are facing issues with their visas and give them direct advice. Later this month officers will be visiting Renmark in South Australia as part of an ongoing outreach programme so that people could speak with an immigration officer directly about some issues they will be facing. The integrity of our migration should be ensured by our department and it must be seen that all people who remain in Australia stay here on a valid visa.

The DIBP spokesman said that this is giving an opportunity for people to get their visa status in order before they are caught up in a compliance operation. Eight illegal workers were caught by a compliance team at a sweep of farms in western Sydney said assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection Michaelia Cash. Just a couple of weeks ago a few illegal workers were located staying in New South Wales and Victoria. In the latest operation eight Chinese, South Korean and Thai nationals were detained, seven were detained in Victoria and 15 in South Wales.

Employers need to realise that it is illegal to employ a person without a valid visa or refer an illegal worker to employment said Senator Cash. Employers can check all details and credentials of prospective employees through the visa entitlement verification online (VEVO) service which is available online to check if the employee is legally allowed to work in Australia. If the Commonwealth legislation convicts an employer for employing an illegal worker he can face an fine unto £ 20,400 and two year's imprisonment and the company can face a fine unto $ 102,000 per illegal employee.

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