Six illegal immigrants working in agriculture fields of Bowen Australia’s north Queensland were detained by Australian Border Force (ABF).
The Department which raided residential properties arrested two women and four men. The two women are from Malaysia and Indonesia. The remaining men are from South Korea, Malaysia, People’s Republic of China and Thailand.
All the detained individuals were working in Agriculture industry, and four men of the group acted as mediators for hiring farm labor.
The commander of ABF said that the illegal labor working is sending money overseas, and that was identified to track the applications.
The criminal group has been moved to Australia detention center in Brisbane.
Australian Border Force regularly visits work locations to check whether employers and foreign employees are meeting all the visa requirements or not.
Individuals willing to migrate to Australia must be aware of visa conditions and ensure that they are allowed to work and reside in Australia legally.