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Lawyer sentenced to almost 4 years in prison and ordered to repay $5.9 million for faking job creation in EB-5 fraud

Palo Alto immigration lawyer Jennifer Yang and her business partner were found guilty of trying to fake job creation for seven EB-5 investors, and using the investor capital for personal use; investor money was used to purchase a $2.5 million home, cars, college tuition for a family member, and stays in luxury hotels. While Yang is sentenced to three years, 10 months, her partner is sentenced to two years. Both must serve three years of probation upon release.Read The Daily Post article

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