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Attorney: Myrtle Beach company to remain in business amid fraud, money-laundering charges – Florence, South Carolina

Florence, South Carolina 2021-06-12 12:34:34 –

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (WBTW) – Grandeur Management, one of the companies and individuals charged with federal visa fraud, money laundering, and wire fraud plots, will continue to operate.

“Following the understanding and agreement with the US law firm in South Carolina, Grandeur Management will continue to operate and provide the workforce needed to many employers along Grand Strand,” said lawyer Russell B. Long. Stated. Said in a statement.

The indictment was announced Thursday by Deputy US Attorney General M. Rhett DeHart, Diplomatic Security Service, and Myrtle Beach Police.

“All employees are encouraged to be paid to them as soon as possible, maintain the status quo and stay with Grandeur Management, Inc. and its current employer,” said Long.

In addition to Grandeur Management, the indictment is also known as Raja Imran Younas, Sayyid Rehan Naqvi, Jessica Voight, Premier Laundry and Linen Supply LLC, Cenet USA LLC, Rida Naqvi LLC, and Hospitality Service Group LLC.

According to the law firm, conspirators file false fraudulent visa petitions and provide positions, obligations, wage rates, working conditions and living conditions to collect inappropriate fees from those seeking H2B nonimmigrant visas. It is said that it was displayed improperly.

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