Two Twin Cities restaurateurs were sentenced Thursday to several months in prison for hiring undocumented workers, who were forced to work 12-hour shifts for six days a week. The United States Attorney’s Office says 46-year-old Ming Guo and 28-year-old Bijian “Wilson” Weng were convicted of one count each of knowingly hiring ten or more unlawful aliens to work at their Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet restaurants.
Half the workers at a janitorial company operating in the Twin Cities are being fired because they failed to provide documents proving they were legally in the U.S., according to their union.
Chipotle Mexican Grill fired 450 employees in Minnesota after a federal immigration raid. So, if one company can have that many undocumented employees, how many undocumented workers are there in Minnesota?
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