Ten Years in Federal Prison for Con Man, James Keegan, Who Defrauded More Than 200 Undocumented Immigrants

Ten Years in Federal Prison for Con Man, James Keegan, Who Defrauded More Than 200 Undocumented Immigrants

CHICAGO, IL (STL.News) – A con man who operated a fraudulent immigration services business that defrauded hundreds of undocumented immigrants has been sentenced to ten years in federal prison.

JAMES KEEGAN fraudulently offered immigration advocacy services, including guaranteed permanent resident status in the United States, in exchange for a fluctuating fee that averaged $3,000 per applicant.  Keegan falsely claimed that he formerly worked as an attorney for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and that he still had connections there who could quickly approve the permanent resident applications for legal status. 

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