A person is guilty of immigrant assistance services fraud in the second degree when,
with intent to defraud another person seeking immigrant assistance services, as defined
in article twenty-eight-C of the general business law, from such person, he or she
violates section four hundred sixty-d of the general business law with intent to obtain property from such other person by false or fraudulent pretenses,
representations or promises, and thereby wrongfully obtains such property.
Immigrant assistance services fraud in the second degree is a class A misdemeanor.
So in original. ("assistant" should be "assistance".)
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