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Immigration Agents Raid 7-Eleven Stores amid Conflict between Franchisor and Franchisees

While immigration enforcement agents descended on 7-Eleven convenience stores across the country early last Wednesday morning, showing Homeland Security police keeping customers at bay while arresting undocumented workers, 7-Eleven corporate headquarters seemed to have little response to the public relations nightmare.

7-Eleven Franchisee Gala, a Time for Franchisees to Unite and Fight

As 7-Eleven franchisees begin their 38th National Convention in Las Vegas on Sunday, the buzz will not be on Slurpees, cigarettes and sodas. Members of the National Coalition of Associations of 7-Eleven Franchisees have bigger issues on their minds, that of criminal indictments and corporate litigation against their fellow members.

7-Eleven Franchisees Busted for Slave Labor, Others Likely

Arrest in 7-Eleven Employee Scheme

HSI Officers in front of 7-Eleven. photo/hsi

BROOKLYN, New York – The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced last week Monday that eight men and one woman from Long Island were indicted for wire fraud, identity fraud and concealing illegal immigrants employed at 7-Eleven convenience stores.