Jasper Wyman & Son, a company in Milbridge, has been fined $118,000 by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for hiring unlawful employees.

The company is one of 14 in New England that have been fined for various violations following an investigation and audit of Form I-9 documents by the agency’s Homeland Security Investigations.

Jasper Wyman & Son is the largest U.S. supplier of premium wild blueberry products.

The inspection of such forms is part of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s worksite enforcement strategy launched in 2009 to reduce the demand for illegal employment and protect employment opportunities for the nation’s lawful workers. Since the program’s inception, the Immigration and Customers Enforcement’s has initiated inspections against nearly 4,000 businesses nationally, resulting in nearly $7 million in fines.