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USCIS ठूलो संख्यामा Immigration Fraud अनुसंधान गर्दै

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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) ले जारी गरेको सुचना अनुसार ठुलो Immigration Fraud को अनुसंधान र प्रमाणित फ़्रडहरुलाई अपराधिक चार्ज लगाइने कुरा बताइएको छ।
अरुको लागि झुट्टा स्टेटमेन्ट दिने र लिने दुवै सजायंको भागीदार भएका छन। अब झुट्टा गवाही दिएर गरिएको कुनै पनि निर्णय पनि फर्केर सजायँ हुने अवस्था छ। हालै U.S. District Judge Charlene E. Honeywell ले Rosa Cingari लाइ अध्यागमनको निवेदनमा षड्यन्त्रपुर्वक झुट्टा स्टेटमेन्ट दिएको त्यस्तै Mail Fraud गरेकोले  १२ बर्ष ७ महिना संघिय जेल सजायं र Domenico Cingari लाइ ८ बर्ष १ महिना संघिय जेल सजायंको फैसला गरेको छ। यति मात्र होइन अदालतले मनी जजमेन्ट बापत  $740,880 रकम अपराधिक कार्यगरे बापत चार्ज लगाएको छ। A Federal Jury ले नोवेम्बर ९, २०१६ मा Rosa र Domenico Cingari लाइ दोषी ठहर गरेको थियो।
थप सुचना USCIS बाट जस्ताको तेस्तै :
According to evidence presented at trial, Rosa and Domenico Cingari owned and operated R.E.P.C. Accounting and Translations out of their home on West Park Street in Lakeland. They assisted illegal aliens in obtaining Florida driver licenses by filing fraudulent immigration documents. Specifically, they filed I-589, Applications for Asylum and Withholding of Removal forms; I-130, Petitions for Alien Relative forms; and I-765, Work Authorization forms. Most of the applications and petitions submitted to USCIS by the Cingaris contained materially false information. The Cingaris filed the fraudulent immigration documents in order to obtain USCIS I-797C Notices of Action. The Cingaris put their mailing address on all of the fraudulent forms so that USCIS would mail the Notices of Action to their business. They then sold the Notices of Action to their alien clients. The Cingaris charged their clients between $500 and $1,300 for the fraudulent immigration applications. They collected at least $740,880 from their clients during the fraud scheme.
"In maintaining the integrity of our immigration system, USCIS has zero tolerance for fraud," said Katherine Baranowski, USCIS Tampa Acting District Director. “Justice has been served with this sentencing, and we remain vigilant in detecting and bringing to prosecution any immigration fraud."
"Immigration fraud subverts the orderly process of citizenship and compromises the security of our homeland,” said Ivan J. Arvelo, acting special agent in charge of HSI Tampa. “HSI will move aggressively to investigate those who corrupt the integrity of our nation's immigration system.”
This case was investigated by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and USCIS. It is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Stacie B. Harris and Simon Gaugush.