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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Kent Ross
A Mexican soap opera star accused of entering a sham marriage to stay in the United States was sentenced Monday to 30 days in jail after admitting she lied during an immigration proceeding.
A Mexican soap opera star accused of entering a sham marriage to stay in the United States is scheduled to be sentenced Monday after admitting she lied during an immigration proceeding.
A musician accused of marrying a Mexican-born actress so she could remain in the United States has pleaded guilty to lying on an immigration form.
A Mexican actress pleaded guilty Friday to making a false statement to immigration authorities in a case alleging she engaged in a phony marriage to gain U.S. residency.
A federal judge declared a mistrial Friday after jurors told him deliberations had grown hostile in the marriage fraud case of Mexican-born actress Fernanda Romero and her husband.
In tearful, sometimes tense testimony, a Mexican-born actress and her husband accused of entering into a sham marriage said Tuesday they loved each other and intended to start a life together when they married in 2005.
A Mexican-born actress and her musician husband lied about their marriage to immigration officials so she could stay in the U.S., a federal prosecutor told prospective jurors Tuesday.
By all accounts, the marriage ceremony of Fernanda Romero and Kent Ross was a modest affair, but federal prosecutors are seeking to prove it was also a crime.
In his opening statement, Special Assistant U.S. Attorney James Left showed a picture of Fernanda Romero and Kent Ross on their wedding day but said the appearance was deceptive.
Left said testimony will be presented from people who say Romero and Ross told them the marriage was a fraud.