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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

SCAM WATCH

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Lately, I'm seeing more and more reports of corrupt individuals bilking would be immigrants with false promises of visas and green cards. I'm going to try and highlight these stories to help increase consumer awareness and curtail some of this nonsense.



Another immigration scam bared - The Saipan Tribune reports on a scam where Chinese investors were asked to pay $100,000 in to a Saipan hotel project and a $20,000 "tax" in order to qualify for a green card. 



10 being charged in million-dollar scheme to sell driver licenses to at least 1,500 illegal immigrants -The Palm Beach Post reports on a scheme by driver's license examiners in Florida to sell licenses to illegally present immigrants.

Immigration attorney pleads guilty to conspiracy - The AP reports

Chicago immigration attorney has pleaded
guilty to helping a Virginia Beach man make millions by bringing
illegal immigrants to the United States to work.

Beth Ann Broyles pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiracy charges in Norfolk federal court.

Prosecutors say as an attorney for Viktar Krus,
Broyles prepared and submitted fraudulent immigration petitions. Once
approved, the documents allowed Krus to bring about 1,000 illegal
immigrants from eastern Europe and Jamaica to the U.S. to work, earning
him more than $35 million over six years.

Krus recently was convicted of conspiracy, visa fraud and tax evasion charges and sentenced to more than seven years in prison.

Broyles faces up to five years and a $250,000 fine during a Dec. 14 sentencing.





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