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Immigration Law

Texas Sues Immigration Scammers: State v. Driskell

"NOW COMES Plaintiff, STATE OF TEXAS (hereinafter, ‘State”), acting by and through he Attorney General, GREG ABBOTT, and on behalf of the public interest, complaining of Defendants GEORGE ALLEN DRISKELL JR., ALEJANDRA DRISKELL A/K/A ALEJANDRA ALVAREZ DE DYER D/B/A DRISKELL ALEJANDRA LEGAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES, AMY LOUISE MONKMAN, LAURA MARIA HERNANDEZ, and OMAR DIAZ. The State alleges that Defendants engaged in false, misleading, and deceptive acts and practices in violation of sections 17.46 and 17.49 of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, Tex. Bus. & Corn. Code (hereinafter, “DTPA”). Plaintiff further alleges that Defendants engaged in unlawful practices in violation of sections 406.017 (unlawful solicitation of compensation and preparation of immigration forms) and 406.024 (fees charged by a notary public) of the Texas Government Code." - State v. Driskell, Nov. 20, 2014.