H1-B 欺詐案件

美國移民局近日在該網站上公佈了關於Raju Korui, 44 歲 和Smriti Jharia, 45 歲這對夫婦的調查以及判決。經過調查和審判,此對夫婦對他們串謀詐騙美國和簽證欺詐等罪名供認不諱。


此案件的起訴於4月27號開始,根據相關文件所述,Raju Kosuri, Smriti Jharia 以及他們的同謀以欺詐H1B (工作簽證)的方式取得了900多起申請非法移民簽證的利益。自2008年到2011年,他們的欺詐行為做的越來越大, Kosuri 甚至已經建立了一個公司規模作為簽證出售的系統。這種行為嚴重的危房害了聯邦法律。


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https://www.uscis.gov/news/news-releases/uscis-assists-20-million-visa-fraud-investigation

USCIS Assists in $20 Million Visa Fraud Investigation

ALEXANDRIA, VA. – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services assisted with an investigation that has led to Raju Kosuri, 44, and Smriti Jharia, 45, a married couple from Ashburn, pleading guilty today to charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States and visa fraud, among other charges.


Kosuri and Jharia were indicted on April 27. According to the statement of facts filed with the plea agreement, Kosuri, Jharia, and their co-conspirators fraudulently applied for more than 900 illegal immigration benefits under the H-1B visa program. Since 2008, and at a much greater scale since 2011, Kosuri has built a staffing business that amounts to a visa-for-sale system, which violates federal law. Kosuri and Jharia also admitted to defrauding the Small Business Administration in connection with a scheme to obtain HUBZone certification for a business named EcomNets Federal Solutions. Kosuri agreed to forfeit proceeds of his fraud schemes in the amount of $20,900,000.


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https://www.uscis.gov/news/news-releases/uscis-assists-20-million-visa-fraud-investigation