Former Chicopee cop Nhac Duy Truong fine $5K 4 immigration fraud, avoids jail timeMassLive #Main_MenuAugust 14, 2019
SPRINGFIELD – A former Chicopee police officer was fined $5,000 for admitting guilt in an immigration fraud scheme, but avoided any jail time.
Nhac Duy Truong, 44, of East Longmeadow could have been sentenced to up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty in November to filing false immigration petitions in 2008 and 2009.
Judge Mark Mastroianni handed down the sentence Thursday in U.S. District Court in Springfield
In the petitions to U.S. Immigration officials, Truong claimed a Vietnamese woman was his alien fiance and they were to be married.
The woman was actually the sister of Truong’s common-law wife.
In order for the person to be eligible for permanent resident status, the marriage has to be valid, meaning “a bona fide intent to establish a life together and the marriage is not for the sole purpose of obtaining an immigration benefit.”
He announced his retirement in November, one day before pleading guilty.
He was with the Chicopee police since 2004.
He was originally hired in 1998 by the Springfield police, becoming the department’s first officer of Vietnamese descent.
He among a group of officers laid off in 2004 due to budget cuts.
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