The Civil Guard carries out controls on workers who go to the campaign of harvesting fruits in the field

The Civil Guard in collaboration with the Local Police of Fraga (Huesca), is carrying out a special service for workers who arrive in that town without a contract or residence despite the movement restrictions established by the Alarm State

These workers had settled in the vicinity of the Fraga bus station

A total of 26 people have been identified who lacked an employment and accommodation contract, of whom 10 also lacked documentation and were in an irregular situation in Spain

The Civil Guard in collaboration with the Local Police of the town of Fraga (Huesca) have carried out a device to identify workers who attend the fruit harvesting campaign, who had gathered in the vicinity of the Bus station of Fraga.

These controls are motivated because in recent days, a constant influx of people arriving in the municipality from Catalonia had been detected in Fraga with the intention of working in the fruit picking campaign, but many of them lacked a prior contract to exercise this activity and place to stay, so they had settled in the vicinity of the bus station.
The concentration of these people in the midst of a health crisis had generated great social alarm among the residents of Fraga, so a total of 26 people who had no employment contract were identified, resulting in 10 of them being undocumented, reason why it was decided to transfer him to the Fraga Barracks.
The Judicial Police Team of the Civil Guard took the necessary steps to fully identify it, verifying that all of them were in an irregular way in Spain, for which 10 acts were issued for irregular stay that were sent to the National Police Force in application of the Immigration Law, to initiate a file for expulsion from the national territory.
The identifications have been carried out by patrols of the Posts of the Civil Guard of Fraga, Candasnos, Belver de Cinca, Zaidin and Alcolea de Cinca, together with the Local Police of Fraga.

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