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Five California Men Charged with Immigration Fraud

Posted by Courtney Pilchman | Aug 17, 2008 | 0 Comments

Five Mexican nationals were arrested by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in Anaheim for allegedly making and selling counterfeit identity and immigration documents.

Luis Rosas, 32 of Anaheim, Geraldo Reyes 40, of Fullerton, Guillermo Ramirez-Yanez, 40 of Fullerton, Jose Reyes-Garcia, 19 of Fullerton, Marcelo Macias-Alejo 37 could face up to ten years in federal prison if convicted.

The group charged $70 for counterfeit social security cards and green cards, according to officials. The men would meet their customers at a local Orange County video store, collect the money and then supply the fake documents.

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Courtney Pilchman was a Deputy District Attorney for over six years prior to becoming a criminal defense attorney. She was a member of some of the most elite prosecution units including crimes against children, family violence, and sexual assault. She prosecuted very high profile cases and had a ...


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