Patch wrote about Alia Imad Faleh Al Hunaity, aka "Alia Al Qaternah," when she was first arrested in December of Al Hunaity had homes in Woodland Park and Secaucus, and federal investigators say she forced the victim to cook and clean in both homes, and to care for her three children, all without pay. She was found guilty of all charges after a six-day trial last May, and she was sentenced to 70 months in prison on Tuesday of this week. The U. Attorney's office led the case because of the charges of harboring an illegal alien. Here is Al Hunaity's federal sentencing. Attorney Craig Carpentino said Al Hunaity brought the victim, a Sri Lankan national, to the United States on a temporary visa in to perform domestic work.
The Sri Lankan woman was not identified by name throughout court proceedings. However, once the visa ended the woman was forced to stay illegally in the U. Then inHunaity forced the woman to marry her so the victim could continue to work for Hunaity, often providing childcare for her three sons.
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Hunaity hasn't been in custody since the conviction last May, and U. Bureau of Prisons had not ased a date for her to start serving her sentence. Hunaity was sentenced to nearly six years in prison by a federal judge in Camden on Tuesday, March 10, A New Jersey woman who forced a Sri Lankan woman to work in her home as nanny for more than nine years without pay — during which time the defendant married the victim in order to keep her in the United States — was sentenced to prison by a federal judge in Camden this week.
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