How can these Filipino Illegal Aliens be Encouraged & Induced to Reside in the United States when they have been residing in the US way before they even met me???
by Evelyn Sineneng-Smith
On July 30, 2013, I was found guilty of inducing and encouraging 3 (THREE) Filipino illegal aliens, Oliver Galupo, Amelia Guillermo and Hermansita Esteban, to reside in the United States. Oliver Galupo was already residing and working in a care home when he came to our office in 2006 and did not even show up at the trial. It is now 2013.
Amelia Guillermo already obtained her Labor Certification and an approved 1-140 Petition by her employer, and has been residing in the United States since 2002. It is now 2013.
Hermansita Esteban likewise already obtained her Labor Certification and has a pending 1-140 Petition by her employer, and has been residing in the United States since 2002. It is now 2013.
Amelia Guillermo & Hermansita Esteban testified that but for me, they would have returned back to the Philippines when they have been working and residing here before even meeting me! They have been working under-the-table to the detriment of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents of the U.S. I made their identities known to the Federal Government.
So how can I induce and encourage them to stay in the United States! They themselves made that decision way before they even met me. (Edited August 10, 2013)
The eight-count indictment issued by a federal grand jury on May 26, 2010 charges Sineneng-Smith with encouraging illegal immigration for private financial gain, mail fraud and filing false income tax returns for 2002 and 2003.
FIRST OF ALL SHE IS NOT A LAWYER. A JURIS DOCTOR or JD is just a degree that you receive for studying general law after receiving your undergrad. She willfully coaxed a friend of mine to not extend his visa since he was already going to be sponsored by his company for a work visa. She did this so that he would eventually not have status and be stuck with nothing to do except continue to pay Evelyn fees in hopes of her helping in obtaining a greencard. Certain paperwork of his needed to be filed by April 30, 2001, but he didn't file it until September 2001. She continued collecting fees and now it's 2007. I just got off the phone with her and she admitted that there is no way for him to get a greencard or work permit now. She screwed up my friend's chances!!
Evelyn Sineneng-Smith recently conducted a lecture to the Haute Couture
class of Carla Zimbelman at the Monterey Peninsula College in Monterey, California.
Evelyn described to Ms. Zimbelman's students the haute couture techniques utilized by
Monique Lhuillier in her bridal gowns, which were worn by, among others, Britney Spears when she married
K-Federline, Christine Baumgartner (to Kevin Costner), Vanessa Manillo (to Nick Lachey). The students were
at awe at the incredible detail in these gowns, which cost from $5,000. to $25,000.! Evelyn referred
The MOTION TO DISMISS the indictment against Evelyn Sineneng-Smith was filed because there was: NO fraud committed NO smuggling of illegal aliens was done NO false statements were submitted to the...
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