A woman has been sent to federal prison for 21 months for Social Security fraud. The 55-year-old woman was charged with conspiracy to produce and sell fraudulent Social Security and immigration documents.
A 55-year-old Strathmore woman was sentenced Friday to 21 months in federal prison for conspiracy to possess, transfer, produce and sell fraudulent U.S. immigration and Social Security identification documents.
Maria Ines Rangel-Lemus had pleaded guilty in November. According to court documents, prospective purchasers would meet Rangel-Lemus and ask that Social Security cards and permanent-resident cards be made with their pictures and biographical information. A co-defendant would then acquire the picture and biographical information, return to his residence to produce the documents, and then provide Rangel-Lemus with the… continue reading
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