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NY Attorney General Shuts Down Fraudulent Immigration Services Companies

August 25, 2010

New York Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced that as part of his broad investigation into immigration fraud, he has ordered shut down of seven companies and sued other individuals and organizations for providing fraudulent immigration legal services.  These companies are –

(1) Centro Santa Ana, Inc. and Ana Lucia Baquero, in Queens;
(2) Margo’s Immigration Services and Margarita Davidov a/k/a Margo Davidov, in Queens;
(3) Miguel Fittipaldi, J.D., Ltd. and Miguel Fittipaldi, in Manhattan;
(4) Arthur C. Hurwitz, in Manhattan;
(5) Oficina Legal Para Hispanos, P.C. and Geoffrey S. Stewart, in Manhattan;
(6) Asilos and Camilo Perdomo, in Queens; and
(7) Mision Hispana, Inc. and Mayra Liz, in Queens.

Lawsuits have been filed against –

(1) Inmigración Hoy,
(2) Inmigración Hoy News Today,
(3) Forensic Immigration Law, and
(4) Immigración Accounting Service
(5) Attorney Thomas N. Toscano of Queens, NY, who worked with non-lawyers to illegally provide legal services to immigrants.
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