H-1B Visa Fraud Makes for a Different Type of Cemetery Plot
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An immigration attorney named Kelly Einstein Darwin Giles and two others were arrested on suspicion of selling dozens of fake H-1B visas for $6,000 to $50,000. According to the LA Times and Law.com they laundered the profits by buying vacant burial plots. The two co-conspirators are Joseph Wai-man Wu and his wife May Yin-man Wu.

Surprisingly the website for the Law Offices of Kelly Giles hasn't died yet. Besides fraud, they specialize in immigration to the U.S. and Canada. Email them.

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