By Lourdes Santos Tancinco
After a divorce or annulment, it is not unusual that married couples sometimes reconcile and give their relationship a second chance by remarrying. While remarriages of couples can be considered as good faith marriages, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may consider these remarriages as a derogatory fact in obtaining future immigrant visas.
By Jun Medina
Filipino American doctor Ovid Mercene has pleaded guilty to federal tax charges, admitting participation in a large-scale scheme to defraud Medicare and Medi-Cal.
It’s a time of peace on Earth and goodwill to all men. But some unscrupulous types use the Christmas period to scam us. There is no worse time to fall victim to one of these swindles. Don’t get duped by the hoaxers, the tricksters and the fraudsters this Christmas.
By Jocelyn R. Uy
The Bureau of Immigration (BI) has arrested in Bohol a high-profile German fugitive wanted for a string of fraud cases in his country.
By Jocelyn R. Uy
The Bureau of Immigration has arrested one of China’s most wanted fugitives, a businessman accused of operating a multimillion-dollar pyramid investment scam and illegal gambling racket that duped more than 40,000 people in his country.
By Vivian Zalvidea Araullo
Immigrant communities should beware of scammers who try to take advantage of any confusion over how to enroll in Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act, which begins on Oct. 1.
By Jeannette I. Andrade
A judge has issued warrants for the arrest of 44 Chinese and Taiwanese nationals accused of involvement in credit card fraud.
France has drawn up a blacklist of 17 countries including Switzerland that do not help investigate foreign aid fraud, banning the use of their banks to help distribute development funds, officials said Monday.
By Juan Escandor Jr.
A judge hearing a case of a 66-year-old Kiwi facing at least 20 years behind bars for estafa and illegal recruitment charges appealed to the New Zealand Embassy in Manila to assist its detained citizen settle his financial obligation to free him from jail.
By Tarra Quismundo
The alleged brains of the P12-billion Ponzi scam that duped thousands of Filipinos could still be flown back to Manila after serving a year and a half in a Malaysian jail, Vice President Jejomar Binay said recently.
By Christine O. Avendaño
The government will look into how much assets Manuel Amalilio owns in Malaysia in the form of investments in stocks and bank accounts, Justice Secretary Leila De Lima said Thursday.
By DJ Yap
President Benigno Aquino III said Malaysian authorities have agreed to cooperate with the Philippines in the capture of members of a syndicate behind the Aman Futures scam that victimized thousands of people including local officials in the Visayas and Mindanao.