Naples attorney sentenced in fraud case

CREATED Dec. 4, 2013

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NAPLES - A former immigration attorney has pled guilty to charges of visa fraud. 

Karen Caco was arrested last year for creating false documents to give immigrants permanent residency. 

She pled guilty to one count of superceding information. 

An indictment showed Caco forged letters and sent fraudulent lease agreements and financial information. 

Caco also used her office address as proof that foreign nationals maintained permanent offices in the U.S. 

Her charges carry a maximum of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine but she's been sentenced to 3 years probation and a $100 fine.