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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said they have identified 256 potentially fraudulent families and confirmed 65 of them as actual cases of fraud. In some cases the adult was a relative but not a parent of the child. In others, the relationship was valid, but the family lied about the child's age. (Associated Press)
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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said they have identified 256 potentially fraudulent families and confirmed 65 of them as actual cases of fraud. In some cases the adult was a relative but not a parent of the child. In others, the relationship was valid, but the family lied about the child's age. (Associated Press)

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