Jamaican Faces Deportation For Identity Theft


CaribWorldNews, DOVER, Delaware, Thurs. April 29, 2010: A 41-year-old Jamaican man will soon face deportation back to his native land after being jailed this week for identity theft.

Cleveland Valentine of Rochester, New York, was this week sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison and three years supervised release for using a Delaware man`s Social Security number to work in the United States.

The undocumented migrant who overstayed his visa after it ran out in 1998, was convicted in December of using the Social Security number in the name of Dean Gray to get a New York driver`s license.

Under U.S. immigration law, he faces deportation after his prison sentence.

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