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A California woman who was posing as an immigration consultant, and deceived customers in search of citizenship, a visa may be due to pocketing nearly $102,000 in fees without the submission of the paperwork, authorities said.
Helen Kennedy, also known as Helen A, was charged last month in Norfolk, Va. the federal district court on five counts of wire fraud, The Virginian-Pilot reported. She’s currently in the league.
A federal prosecutor said Kennedy with the targeted Iranians, who are in the online ad that promised to help her in getting clients with green cards, asylum, visas and citizenship, in exchange for a fee. Instead, they took the money and never filed the paper work with the federal government.
John f. Kennedy’s alleged scheme, which ran from June 2016 to January 2018. Its business, and Professional US Immigration Services, there was no business license and had a false address, authorities said.
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Kennedy turned away to get clients by telling them the story of immigration applications, “it took a long time to process it,” according to court documents.
In at least one case, Confined as a lawyer, even though they don’t have a law license. When a customer complained about her service or lack of it, she would have to cut off contact with them.