Tri-Valley President Sentenced on Visa Fraud Charges

November 5, 2014

The founder and CEO of the now-defunct Tri-Valley University was sentenced to 16 years in prison for visa fraud and related charges, the Contra Costa Times reported. Susan Xiao-Ping Su, who was convicted earlier this year, was accused of running a fraudulent school that catered to foreign applicants seeking student visas. Employees of the California-based institution testified during the trial that Tri-Valley had no requirements for admission or graduation.

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