Source www.wbtw.com The conspirators allegedly submitted false and fraudulent visa petitions and misrepresented the positions, duties, pay rates, working conditions and living conditions to collect improper fees from people seeking H2B non-immigrant visas, according to the attorney’s office.
Myrtle Beach businesses face federal visa fraud, money laundering charges “All employees will be paid monies owed to them as soon as possible, and are encouraged to maintain the status quo, and remain with Grandeur Management, Inc., and their current employers,” Long said.
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In additon to Grandeur Management, the indictment also named Raja Imran Younas, Syed Rehan Naqvi, and Jessica Voight, Premier Laundry and Linen Supply LLC, Cenet USA LLC, Rida Naqvi LLC, and Hospitality Service Group LLC. The charges were announced Thursday by Acting U.S. Attorney M. Rhett DeHart, The Diplomatic Security Service, and the Myrtle Beach Police Department.
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