An Ohio gardening firm the place immigration brokers arrested 114 employees this week in one of many largest office raids within the U.S. in recent times says it would not know if employees used faux paperwork to get jobs.
Corso’s Flower & Backyard Heart stated Friday in an announcement that it calls for correct documentation from staff and ensures they pay taxes.
The arrests had occurred Tuesday on the firm’s northern Ohio areas in Sandusky and close by Castalia.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers say they count on to cost employees for crimes together with id theft and tax evasion.
Authorities say Corso’s is beneath investigation. No prison expenses have been filed towards the corporate.
Corso’s says if errors had been made or faux identification paperwork had been utilized by employees, it wasn’t conscious.