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Sherman Oaks Lawyers Sentenced in Visa Fraud Case!

"Between 2000 and 2003, Korenberg and Rodriguez filed fraudulent employment-based visa petitions on behalf of foreign nationals seeking temporary work visas or permanent residency in the United States, according to a 33-count federal indictment.

At least 19 of the foreign nationals who benefited from the scheme were employees of the defendants' law firm, according to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials.

Investigators said Korenberg and Rodriguez wrote false job titles and salaries on visa applications, citing jobs that didn't exist. They also lied about the foreigners' work experience." Download story in PDF format.

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