|Charge Date:||Tue Jul. 30, 2002|
|Charges:||Criminal conspiracy, Fraud/financial crimes|
|Convictions:||Criminal conspiracy, Fraud/financial crimes|
Almari was part of a nationwide cheating scam in which 130 people paid imposters to take their English proficiency exams so they could get into US colleges and obtain student visas. He was sentenced to four months in prison.
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