South Portland man sentenced for visa, bank fraud

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A 30-year-old South Portland man was sentenced to nearly four years in prison for visa fraud, possession of firearms by a nonimmigrant alien, bank fraud and making false statements to a government agency during a hearing Monday in U.S. District Court. In addition to his 46-month sentence, Mukonkole Huge Kifwa — also known by the aliases Ndowa Adrien Lushiku, Adrien Ndowa, Adrien Lushiku and Hugue Kifwa — was ordered to pay $15,090 in restitution. He was convicted after a jury trial on January 14.

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