SEC Targets Immigration Lawyer in Probe of Alleged $10M Fraud
- Immigration lawyer and husband made over $10 million in EB-5 commissions, SEC says
- Pair weren’t registered as brokers, tried to hide evidence, agency says
A California immigration lawyer and her husband are at the center of an SEC investigation into an alleged EB-5 visa fraud worth over $10 million.
Jean Danhong Chen and her husband, Tony Jianyun Ye, made over $10 million in commissions through unregistered sales of EB-5 securities to clients of Chen’s San Jose law firm, according to an Oct. 18 Securities and Exchange Commission complaint.
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