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  • NancyGo
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    No fraud on his part. In fact, he can be a good defense witness because it would legitimize the business.
    Others said to wait.
    Thanks guys.

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  • SonofMichael
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    LIVE FROM THE SCENE !

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ummnOoSfd54

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  • Brit4064
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    Yea, a "friend". We know who that is. You think we are retarded idiots??? We know a fraudster when we see one. Its too late my "friend". We tracked you down through your IP address. FBI SWAT teams will be there momentarily. I hope there is not too much excessive senseless violence.
    And they traced it back to somebody living in NYC Have a nice day in jail SoM!

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  • SonofMichael
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    Yea, a "friend". We know who that is. You think we are retarded idiots??? We know a fraudster when we see one. Its too late my "friend". We tracked you down through your IP address. FBI SWAT teams will be there momentarily. I hope there is not too much excessive senseless violence.

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  • a9b3h5
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    He ought to provide the information to FBI. If FBI finds this later then he can be arrested for obstruction of justice, conspiracy to commit fraud and whole lot of other charges. If he hasn't committed any crimes, he should come forward. That is the right thing to do.

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  • Should he volunteer information to Feds or wait for them to come to him?

    Hi there.
    I have a friend who is very concerned now because of the recent happenings in Riverside CA where FBI nabbed a man for visa fraud. This man has other companies. My friend was sponsored under company name JMJ. This is the link:

    http://www.pe.com/localnews/riverside/stories/PE_News_L..._visa01.47edb3e.html

    Background:
    My friend is one of those that this man (nabbed by FBI) sponsored way back in 1999. My friend came here as a tourist and before his visa expired he got sponsored by JMJ. Of course he paid them. This is just to buy time. His is legitimate, no fake documentations. Then he found a job and asked JMJ to subcontract him to that company, a technology-consulting firm– that other company sponsored him later on. He is a programmer or at least back then. Long story short, two other companies in all sponsored him one at a time (not together) but unfortunately he got laid off back in 2003. His only existing H1b visa was that of JMJ because they did not cancel it, in fact they renewed it. By this time, it got more difficult to get h1b sponsorship. What he did was find a job as programmer and thru JMJ he can work for the client. The client company paid JMJ for his time and supposed to be JMJ would pay him his salary. But sometimes JMJ would not pay him that he got so many bouncing checks from them. My friend experienced deep financial hardship, he muster the courage to sue JMJ with DOL. He won but in the end JMJ still did not pay. In fact he found out also that his social security earnings report was zero in 2004 when he has a w2 from JMJ showing about $30T income. He also filed an inaccuracy report with the Social Security Administration. Meantime, this friend is out of status, waiting for the priority date of his US citizen mother's sponsorship to him to be current. Yes, he has 245i, JMJ back in April 2001 filed a labor certification for him and this got approved in 2005. He is now doing odd jobs to survive and living with friends.

    Question:
    1. Should he volunteer his information to the FBI?
    2. What benefit can he get?
    3. Would he be given an EAD so he can go back to the workforce if he becomes a witness?
    4. Is he not at risk of being deported if he comes out?
    5. It said in the news that about 555 visas were approved in a period of 10 years, is his h1b could be visa one of them? Or this meant only Permanent Residence visa?
    6. Would someone one day knocked at his doors? Well, he does not have permanent address now.

    Appreciate any comments. Thanks for reading.
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