1. Miriam Licea, 57, of Miami, was charged in a four-count indictment with two counts of helping two people make fraudulent applications for immigration benefits based upon false claims of Cuban birth. This indictment is related to a prior case, in which the defendant ultimately confessed to paying $15,000 for a fraudulent Cuban birth certificate. Licea is also charged with two counts of knowingly encouraging and inducing two aliens to reside in the United States illegally.
  2. Luis Enrique Legon Mena, 44, of Miramar, was charged in a five-count indictment with one count of conspiring to encourage aliens to reside in the United States illegally and four counts of knowingly encouraging and inducing four aliens to reside in the United States illegally.
  3. Marcos Erwin Hes Villacis, 50, of Miami, was charged in a two-count information with submitting a fraudulent application for legal permanent residence based on the false claim that he was born in Cuba.
  4. Pablo Nunez, 42, of Miami Beach, was charged in a one-count indictment with submitting a fraudulent application for legal permanent residence based on the false claim that he is Cuban.
  5. Ana Arias, 31, of Naples, was charged in a two-count indictment with submitting a fraudulent application for legal permanent residence based on the fictitious claim that she is Cuban.
  6. Gerardo Mendez, 37, of Miami, was charged in a two count indictment with seeking to naturalize fraudulently based on the false claim that he was born in Cuba.
  7. Maryori Velazquez-Guevara, 44, of Davie, was charged in a two-count indictment with seeking to naturalize fraudulently based on the false claim that she was born in Cuba.
  8. Jose Ramirez, 45, of Sunrise, was charged in a two-count indictment with submitting a fraudulent application for citizenship based on the false claim that he was born in Cuba.
  9. Eduardo Gomez, 37, of Miami Beach, was charged in a one-count indictment with submitting a fraudulent application for legal permanent residence based on the false claim that he is Cuban.
  10. Roberto Guzman, 46, of Miami, was charged in a one-count information with submitting a fraudulent application for citizenship based on the phony claim that he was born in Cuba.
  11. Carlos Zerpa Rodriguez, 33, of North Miami, was charged in a two-count information with knowingly attempting to obtain citizenship unlawfully and submitting a fraudulent application for naturalization. The information alleges that the defendant submitted  fraudulent applications based on the false claim that he was born in Cuba.
  12. Ferdinando Enrique Bello, 52, of Jacksonville, was charged in a two-count indictment with submitting a fraudulent application for citizenship based on the phony claim that he was born in Cuba.
  13. Santiago Ruben Gonzalez, 45, of Jacksonville, was charged in a two-count indictment with attempting to become a lawful permanent resident based on the fraudulent claim that he is Cuban.
  14. Yohel Golsztayn, 29, of Hollywood, is charged in a one-count information with submitting a fraudulent application for legal permanent residence. The information alleges that the application was based on the false claim that his mother was born in Cuba.
  15. Paola Lourdes Bre, 37, of Miami, was charged in a two-count information with submitting a fraudulent application for legal permanent residence based on the false claim that she was born in Cuba.
  16. Sylvia Cruz Chicoma, 56, of Miami, was charged in a two-count information with submitting a fraudulent application for legal permanent residence based on the false claim that she was born in Cuba.
  17. Maura Rosario Roca Hurtado, 46, of Naples, was charged in a two-count indictment with submitting a fraudulent application for legal permanent residence. The indictment alleges that her application was based on the false claim that her mother was born in Cuba.
  18. Alexandra Magdalena Canelon, 31, of Doral, is charged in a four-count indictment with submitting fraudulent applications for legal permanent residence on two separate dates. The indictment alleges that, each time, she premised her application on the false claim that her mother was born in Cuba.
  19. Pablo Muro, 46, of Miami was charged in a two-count information with submitting a fraudulent application for legal permanent residence based on the false claim that he was born in Cuba.
  20. Francisco Ramirez, 45, of Sunrise, was charged in a two-count indictment with submitting a fraudulent application for citizenship based on the false claim that he was born in Cuba.