FBI Makes Marriage Fraud Arrests

At least seven people could go to jail for five years if they are found guilty of marriage fraud.  

Seven U.S. citizens were arrested by the FBI for receiving payment to marry illegal immigrants.  

The deputy superintendent of the Cherokee Bureau of Indian Affairs is accused of recruiting the citizens and offering payments ranging from 15-hundred to three-thousand-dollars for their commitment.  

Seven of the twelve people named in the indictment appeared in court yesterday and were released on bond.

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