“Untouchable” Louison Busted for Immigration Fraud in Brooklyn
Figeroux & Associates
The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont announced that on July 18, 2019, a federal grand jury returned a 12-count indictment against Arleigh Louison, 53, of Brooklyn, New York, charging him with running an immigration fraud scheme that included the filing of false statements with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, including over 1,800 fraudulent applications for over 1,000 petitioners within the last four years. Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) agents arrested Louison today in Brooklyn, New York, and executed a federal search warrant at his office. Louison will appear later today in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
Attorney Brian Figeroux, a member of the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association (AILA) and practicing immigration law for over two decades discusses the implications and consequences for the victims of Louison fraud.
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