The office of U.S. Attorney has revealed the arrest of five people on Tuesday, 12 March, regarding a scheme to help Chinese nationals pass English proficiency test in order to get US student visas. In the scheme, Chinese nationals hired five people, including four Southland residents, who went ahead to use fabricated Chinese passports to sit for an English proficiency test on behalf of the foreign students. The scheme involves conspiracy, fake passports usage, as well as aggravated identity theft as alleged by a Los Angeles federal grand jury. The people involved are Quang Cao, 24, Liu Cai, 23, Mohan Zhang, 24, Samantha Wang, 24 and Elric Zhang, 24. Liu Cai who is in the United States on a student visa is said to be the facilitator of the scheme has personally taken at least five TOEFL exams under disguised identity. Elric Zhang has also taken at least five TOEFL exams using fake identities. Quang Cao, Mohan Zhang and Mohan Zhang also took at least four, two and two TOEFL exams respectively as parts of the scheme.
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