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Two Guyanese were among thirty people arrested after being indicted by a US court on charges involving a fraudulent immigration document scheme in Queens, New York, United States of America.

The two Guyanese are Narine Jairam, 44, and Tulsi Ramrup, 50. According to a US Attorney Southern District of New York press release the two and the others conspired with Phillip A. Browne, formerly employed by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services and Beverly Mozer-Browne to provide false green cards for fees ranging between US$8,000 and US$16,000.

Mozer-Browne owned and operated a business in Queens, New York, called Help Preparers Professional Services (HPPS) which was used as front, the indictment alleged.

Persons seeking the green cards were provided with sham marriage documents in two ways. One was that Mozer-Browne and her co-conspirators paid US citizens to enter into the sham marriages. Or phony documentation was produced stating that a marriage to a US citizen had happened in the past.

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