NJ woman who forced Sri Lankan woman to work as nanny, housekeeper for no pay gets nearly 6 years in prison
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A federal judge in Camden, N.J., on Tuesday sentenced a North Jersey woman to five years and 10 months in federal prison for forcing a Sri Lankan woman to work as a nanny and housekeeper in her homes for almost a decade without pay.Alia Imad Faleh Al Hunaity, aka Alia Al Qaternah, 44, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Jordan, had brought the victim, a Sri Lankan national, to the United States on a temporary visa in 2009 to perform domestic work. Hunaity caused the victim to overstay her visa and remain in the United States illegally for more than nine years, federal prosecutors have said.Hunaity...


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