PLEASE NOTE: For safety reasons, I am NOT on social media. This is the only way to contact me.
I have not updated the ImmigrationFraud.com site since the start of COVID. You can find resources, such as CodiasLaw.com, on the "resources" page of ImmigrationFraud.com. I have no financial relationship with any resource listed on my sites; I created these informational sites to protect other victims while educating the media and policymakers on these key issues.
-EML (Dec. 2022)
Unfortunately, I no longer track immigration fraud cases. Please visit the ImmigrationFraud.com resources page for help.
The big picture: Hire an attorney with experience in immigration fraud cases -- specifically the type of fraud you're targeting.
Immigration attorneys often don't want to take such cases; Research criminal, family law and other types of attorneys that have represented similar cases in court. This will involve legal research. One exception is CodiasLaw.com, which specializes in this type of fraud.
You may also contact Victims of Immigration Fraud (VOIF.org) online and through Facebook.
Please follow the journalists' guidelines below.
Please state your deadline, as well as information that could be helpful for your story. (Also, please visit my Press Page for my media kit.)
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IMPORTANT NOTE: For safety reasons, Elena's social media accounts are either inactive or disabled. Also for safety, she does NOT have smart phone apps or e-mail linked to a mobile device. Please take that into account and send messages early if on deadline!