Ex-Armenian Consular Employee Pleads Guilty to Immigration Fraud

A former employee of the Armenian consulate in Los Angeles pleaded guilty to selling “letters of refusal,” for as much as $37,000. The letters are issued by embassies and consulates and state that a country will not issue a travel document for a particular individual.

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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 10092235.

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