GA CEO smuggles illegals into U.S. by disguising them as students

GA CEO smuggles illegals into U.S. by disguising them as students

Disguises can be used to pull off a crime. For instance, if a criminal plans to rob a bank, it is highly unlikely that he or she is going to walk into the lobby without wearing a face mask. The goal is to cover any part of the body that may be recognizable by security cameras or law enforcement. An article in the Atlanta Business Chronicle details how the CEO of a Georgia-based English language school disguised immigration fraud by making foreign-born workers look like students. (The workers didn’t have to wear a mask, but they did have to masquerade as students.)

The story states that the CEO, who was also the owner of a Korean newspaper company in Atlanta, and a co-conspirator issued false immigration documents to illegal aliens they had brought into the United States. The 53-year-old CEO had approval from the Department of Homeland Security Student and Exchange Visitor Program to enroll foreign-born students at his English language school, where he had a bad habit of issuing I-20 forms with false financial information. (I-20 forms lead to student visas, which permit students to stay in the country while attending school.)

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