The United States court had sentenced an Indian man, who was in federal custody since May last year following he alleged guilty for cheating many H1-B visa holders. According to statements, the 58-year old George Mariadas Kurusu has been taken into custody last year for cheating Indian youngsters in the name of giving H1-B visas including jobs in the United States of America.
George, who’s a former teacher at Fort Stockton Independent School District (FSISD), managed to charge around $50,000 per individual’s ‘visa package’ and he moreover charged 15% from their monthly wages. All these activities were performed by the company founded by him in 2012- Samaritan Educational Services (Samaritan).
The matter drove out only when some of the H1-B holders and victims started to question George up against his ill-scheme. With a sense to calm down their arguments & voices, the Indian-born teacher warned them of losing visas and jobs and he moreover alarmed they would be deported back home if they approach FSISD.
Finally, this wire-fraud plan has come under the spotlight in May last year and he was held in custody and after interrogation, George admitted and confessed to defrauding charges. Beginning this week, the United States District Judge Louis Guirola delivered 11 months of a jail sentence and ordered the defrauder pay USD 53,004.51. The United States sleuths also seized his company FSISD for violating the United States laws and defrauding people from India.