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False Claims to Homosexualality for Immigration Purposes Pop Up Twice in Two Weeks in N.Y.’s Federal Courts
 
By David North on June 7, 2023

For centuries homosexuals have tried to pass as straight, often successfully, but the very opposite move has been thwarted twice in New York’s federal courts in a two-week period.

Both of these cases involved multiple attempts by the accused of trying to help straight people from Ukraine and Russia to appear as homosexuals for immigration purposes, so that they could claim asylum status in this country.

In the first (May 19) case, a Law360 article states that a Russian citizen, Yura Mosha, with a long record of anti-Putin activities, may be in danger of deportation (back to Russia) because the U.S. government says he is a crook, and he has pleaded guilty to involvement in an asylum fraud scheme in which he aided aliens to get legal status here. (He subsequently changed his plea.) He is involved in a case in which, according to that article:

another co-defendant instructed a purported [heterosexual male] client on how to dress and pluck his eyebrows to support a claim that he would face persecution in Ukraine for being a gay man.

This was before the current invasion of that country by Russia.

https://cis.org/North/False-Claims-Homosexualality-Immigration-Purposes-Pop-Twice-Two-Weeks-NYs-Federal-Courts
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