Ontario woman is accused of immigration fraud with fake US visas

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A 37-year-old Windsor, Ontario woman is accused in federal court of helping undocumented workers obtain fake visas, fraudulently putting them on a path to U.S. citizenship. Iram Jafri was arrested Sept. 14. She is the vice president of A.J. & Associated Immigration Firm, a company that investigators say marketed itself to immigrants living in the U.S. illegally. The company is owned and operated by Jafri and her husband, Ken Aboutaam, according to court documents.

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