E-2 Investor Visa Fraud
Customer A acquired B's sushi restaurant two years ago and applied for an E-2 visa. When it was first acquired, half of the price was paid and the other half was repaid for 20 months.
However, mail sent to B with a check enclosed in the last 3 months started to be returned to A again.
A tried to call B several times, but B did not answer the phone, and A received a notice from lawyer C, who graduated from a prestigious university in the United States, that he would auction the restaurant after 30 days.
Customer A only knew the last name of B, and at the time of the restaurant acquisition contract, only the information in A was recorded on the document, but the information about B was not posted. Also, the mailing address was the PO BOX address used by lawyer C. When A called B, B did not answer the phone, and even if A sent a check to C, the PO box in C was canceled, so the check returned to A.
I tracked down B's information by phone number, and found out that B had sold a restaurant to A for the purpose of fraudulent E-2 visas,
and had received legal advice from lawyer C.
Investigators must have tentacles with the ability to know the smell of crime and have observational power to quickly identify the crime situation.
These animal abilities do not come from memorizing all legal books and knowing the law enforcement regulations well. This is an innate ability from birth. There are limits to what you learn and do. So, you have to be born.