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Consulting Services: Business Owners and Case Wednesday

consulting services: The 44-year-old entered a guilty plea in Fort McMurray provincial court, according to CBC. She faces a fine of up to 100,000 and not more than two years imprisonment. Charie Santos pleaded guilty under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act to representing people applying for status in Canada. Fort McMurray woman charged with immigration fraud The court did not hear details of the case Wednesday. The Canadian Border Services Agency said 11 people and nine business owners were affected by her consulting services between June 2011 and January 2014. The Crown said the facts will be presented during sentencing. ( As reported in the news.