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涉暗助中國官員拿美簽 華男被捕

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住在新澤西州李堡(Fort Lee)為中國政府工作的華裔男子劉忠山(Zhongsan Liu,音譯),因涉嫌簽證詐欺,經司法部調查後在16日被捕。劉忠山被以密謀簽證詐騙罪名,被移送紐約曼哈頓聯邦法院。劉忠山是否有辯護律師,目前無法得知。

聯邦檢察官指出,57歲的劉忠山涉嫌以研究學者名義,暗助中國政府部門員工取得美簽,這些中國政府員工入境美國的實際目的,是為了尋找能讓中國獲利的美國科學人才。



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主管國家安全的司法部助理司法部長德梅斯(John Demers)在聲明中指出:「我們歡迎包括來自中國的外國學生與研究人員,但是我們不歡迎簽證詐騙,尤其是代表外國政府的簽證詐騙。」

德梅斯在聲明中表示,將持續打擊中國政府為了謀求己利而企圖破壞美國法律的作為,存心把美國研究成果與技術轉移到中國。」

司法部官員指出,劉忠山涉嫌簽證詐騙的時間是在2017年至2019年之間,劉忠山擔任「中國國際人才交流協會」(China Association for International Exchange of Personnel)紐約辦事處負責人。



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司法部表示,這個機構是中國政府的旗下組織,紐約辦事處任務包括招募科學家、學者、工程師以及其他領域的專家到中國服務。

根據檢方調查,劉忠山涉嫌為中國政府雇員取得發給外國研究學者的美國簽證。取得這類美簽的外國學者可以在美國大學、博物館、圖書館或其他機構進行研究。


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根據刑事調查報告內容,一名透過劉忠山取得美簽的一名中國婦女對美國政府坦承,她的簽證應該是用來在大學就讀的,可是她到美國的真正工作,其實是全職的人才招攬。

檢方表示,為了讓維持符合簽證名義的假象,劉忠山要求這名女性抵達美國之後,必須前往大學報到,並且要經常到學校走動。






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Monday, September 16, 2019

Chinese Government Employee Charged in Manhattan Federal Court with Participating in Conspiracy to Fraudulently Obtain U.S. Visas

The Department announced today the arrest of Zhongsan Liu, who was charged by complaint for his involvement in a conspiracy to fraudulently obtain U.S. visas for Chinese government employees.  Liu was arrested today in Fort Lee, New Jersey, and presented this afternoon in Manhattan federal court before the U.S. Magistrate Judge Ona T. Wang. 

“We welcome foreign students and researchers, including from China, but we do not welcome visa fraud – especially on behalf of a government,” said Assistant Attorney General John C. Demers of National Security.  “We will continue to confront Chinese government attempts to subvert American law to advance its own interests in diverting U.S. research and know-how to China.”

“As alleged Zhongsan Liu conspired to obtain research scholar visas fraudulently for people whose actual purpose was not research but recruitment,” said U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman.  “Rather than helping to bring students to the U.S., Liu allegedly conspired to defraud this country’s visa system to advance his efforts to attract U.S. experts to China.  Thanks to the FBI, this alleged abuse of the visa system has been halted.”


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"Zhongsan Liu broke the law by seeking visas for employees of the government of The People's Republic of China to enter the United States under false pretenses.  Individuals obtained visas under the guise of research scholars, but in reality their assignment was to recruit top U.S. talent to benefit the government of China," said Assistant Director John Brown of the FBI's Counterintelligence Division. "The FBI recognizes the immense benefit of academic freedom in our open society, and we will investigate those who break our laws in an effort to take advantage of that freedom.”

“The allegation that an employee of a foreign government has worked to mask the true purpose of an individual’s presence in the United States isn’t news to the FBI,” said FBI Assistant Director William F. Sweeney Jr.  “This alleged behavior should be another alarm bell that foreign governments are constantly working to exploit research work being conducted throughout the United States.  Not everyone shares the honest goal of conducting open research to benefit society as a whole.  This case is another example of the pervasive and organized effort, in this instance an allegedly flat-out illegal one, to fulfill a top priority of collecting information to advantage a foreign adversary.  Putting a halt to Mr. Liu’s alleged actions are an important and significant step to highlighting these activities.  The FBI New York, along with our intelligence community partners, will continue to disrupt the behavior when it is detected.”


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According to the allegations in the Complaint unsealed in Manhattan federal court:

From approximately 2017, up to and including September 2019, Liu participated in a conspiracy to fraudulently procure U.S. visas for employees of the government of the People’s Republic of China (PRC Government).  Liu operates the New York office of the China Association for International Exchange of Personnel (CAIEP-NY).  CAIEP-NY is a PRC Government agency that, among other things, recruits U.S. scientists, academics, engineers and other experts to work in China.

Liu worked with others, including other PRC Government employees in the United States, to fraudulently procure J-1 Research Scholar visas for a CAIEP-NY employee (CC-1) and a prospective CAIEP-NY employee (the CAIEP-NY Hire).  The J-1 Research Scholar visa program permits foreign nationals to come to the United States for the primary purpose of conducting research at a corporate research facility, museum, library, university or other research institution.


In or about April 2018, CC-1 applied for and received a J-1 visa to conduct research at a particular U.S. university (University-1) located outside of New York.  Although CC-1 represented to the U.S. Government that she was entering the United States for the primary purpose of conducting research at University-1, CC-1’s actual purpose in the United States consisted of performing full-time talent-recruitment work at CAIEP-NY.  Liu helped CC-1 take measures to enhance her false appearance as a Research Scholar at University-1 by, among other things, directing CC-1 to report to University-1 upon her arrival in the United States; ensuring that CC-1 obtained a driver’s license in the state where University-1 is located; and instructing CC-1 to periodically visit University-1 while working full-time at CAIEP-NY.

In addition, Liu attempted to enable the CAIEP-NY Hire to obtain a J-1 Research Scholar visa under false pretenses.  In particular, Liu reached out to contacts at multiple U.S. universities in order to arrange for a university to invite the CAIEP-NY Hire to come to the United States as a J-1 Research Scholar.  In truth and in fact, however, Liu intended that the CAIEP-NY Hire’s primary purpose in the United States would consist of engaging full-time in the talent-recruitment work of CAIEP-NY.



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Liu, 57, of Fort Lee, New Jersey, is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit visa fraud, which carries a maximum sentence of five years.  The maximum potential sentence in this case is prescribed by Congress and is provided here for informational purposes only, as any sentencing of the defendant will be determined by the judge.

Assistant Attorney General Demers and U.S. Attorney Berman praised the outstanding investigative work of the FBI, and thanked the U.S. Department of State, Department of Homeland Security, Homeland Security Investigations, and the Counterintelligence and Export Control Section of the U.S. Department of Justice’s National Security Division for their assistance. 



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This case is being handled by the Office’s Terrorism and International Narcotics Unit.  Assistant United States Attorney Gillian Grossman is in charge of the prosecution.

The charges contained in the Complaint are merely accusations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.












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