ALBERTA

U.S. man arrested by Calgary police sent to jail for immigration fraud

10/03/2014 04:22 EDT | Updated 12/03/2014 05:59 EST
CALGARY - A convicted criminal from the United States who was arrested in Calgary has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for immigration fraud.

The Canada Border Service Agency says Daniel Miller pleaded guilty to three charges under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.

The agency says it began an investigation after Miller was arrested last October.

Officials discovered he had come to Canada using documents he had fraudulently obtained.

Further investigation revealed he had been convicted of criminal offences in New York and California.

Miller has multiple aliases that include the name Daniel Arthur Dengler Jr.

Border services says Miller's sentence is one of the most significant in Alberta for this type of offence.

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