File photo of a wedding band. A U.S. District Judge in Miami sentenced two South Florida Cubans to four years in prison each for their involvement in a ring that organized fraudulent marriages between Cubans and undocumented immigrants so they could stay in the country legally.
File photo of a wedding band. A U.S. District Judge in Miami sentenced two South Florida Cubans to four years in prison each for their involvement in a ring that organized fraudulent marriages between Cubans and undocumented immigrants so they could stay in the country legally. Candace Barbot Miami Herald
File photo of a wedding band. A U.S. District Judge in Miami sentenced two South Florida Cubans to four years in prison each for their involvement in a ring that organized fraudulent marriages between Cubans and undocumented immigrants so they could stay in the country legally. Candace Barbot Miami Herald

Couple convicted on marriage fraud charges involving Cuban migrants

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