The raid on the workplace in Allen, Texas, by way of immigration and customs control, led to the arrest of 280 workers suspected of being illegally employed in the United States.
ICE agents set off on Wednesday at the CVE Technology Group, a store known for repairing and repairing consumer electronics, in what is called the largest raids in the workplace for ten years, reports KERA News. The Department of Homeland Security responded to the advice that company employees may have used false identification to become employees, as if with the company's knowledge. Investigation of tax forms of workers confirmed the requirements. DVS agents interviewed detainees and detected any "humanitarian situations" that could allow temporary dismissal, including those related to medical needs or family situations, when children are taken care of only by a person arrested. Others who do not meet these criteria will remain in custody. However, the ICE said that "all illegal foreigners were faced with fingerprinting and processed for removal from the US."
CVE is the third-largest employer in Allen.
The largest runoff in the country took place in 2008 in Postwill, Iowa, where 400 workers were arrested in Agroprocessors, loopholes and a factory of mature packaging.