Woman pleads guilty to forging immigration papers in NH

PORTSMOUTH — A Pennsylvania woman pleaded guilty on Monday to making false statements on family visa applications.

According to Acting United States Attorney John J. Farley, the woman submitted the family visa application to the National Passport Center in Portsmouth.

Anna Delarosa, 57, of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, forged statements to try and obtain a family visa to bring the rest of her family from the Dominican Republic to the United States, Farley said. | More..

| NH1

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