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Massive Immigration Fraud Charged in NYC Federal Indictment

"Federal prosecutors say a suspended attorney known as Rabbi Avrahom David ran "a massive immigration fraud mill through a Manhattan-based law practice," which applied for legal status for at least 25,000 undocumented aliens, "based on phony claims that U.S. employers had ...

Owner, managers of Mo. firm indicted for defrauding customers by selling immigration forms available for free from the government

"Beth Phillips, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced today that the owner and two managers of a Sedalia, Mo., business have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a conspiracy to defraud consumers who purchased immigration forms that were...

Tenn. Judge Orders Refunds for Fraudulent Immigration Services

"For 17 years, Martha Salazar operated a dubious business in South Nashville where thousands of Hispanics would have immigration papers and other legal documents prepared — despite her lack of credentials. A state judge this week ordered that Salazar’s business, Comunidad Hispana, on...

Prosecuting Immigration Services Fraud - ABA Webinar

ABA, Mar. 30, 2016 - "This program was designed for law enforcement on investigating and prosecuting immigration services fraud. This webinar , designed for law enforcement on investigating and prosecuting immigration services fraud, covers best practices for identifying victims and encouraging...