Brazilian Company Charged up to R$4,000 for Fake Papers for U.S. Visa

The Federal District Civil Police arrested, on Thursday, June 27th, in the U.S. embassy, two youths who pretended to be engaged.

By Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Federal District Civil Police (PCDF) started another phase of Operation "Green Card", investigating the purchase and sale of documents to try to get a visa to enter the United States.

According to Ronney Teixeira Marcelo, Chief Detective of the 1st Police Precinct, two bogus college students were arrested in the act at the U.S. Embassy.

Two middlemen were arrested in addition to the youths. Maxwell Marcello Douglas Conde do Carmo, 35, and his uncle Albert Anderson Roberto do Carmo, 50, ran an informal company in Belo Horizonte, Master Vistos, and were . . .

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