Four immigration crooks has been taken into custody during operations by immigration enforcement officials in Wrexham, Ammanford and Swansea.
Officers had visited offices at Premier Store on Cwmamman Road located at Ammanford as 31 year old Pakistani individual was held when it was revealed that he was staying illegally on his student visa.
Two Bangladeshi individuals were taken into custody as they had no permission to work should report frequently to the UK Home Office while their cases are in progress.
Another Pakistani individual was held who was overstaying on his student visa was found doing job at Indian restaurant on Mill lane, Blackoill, Swansea.
An Iranian individual who was a failed asylum seeker who did not have work permit was arrested from premises and should report often to the UK Home Office while the case is in progress.
Four individuals are presently in detention of immigration while measures are taken to get rid of them from the nation.
The businesses was served with warning notice that a fine of 20,000 pounds would be levied on them for hiring illegitimate employees until the employer could show that they got proper documents checking like passport and document from Home Office which confirms the work permit.