Illegal Alien Steals Identity for 37 Years


SAN DIEGO (AP) — A Mexican man who was deported twice and had a history of arrests was able to assume the identity of an American citizen and receive more than $360,000 in government benefits for nearly four decades, California court records show.

Andres Avelino Anduaga used a fake birth certificate starting in 1980 to develop a seemingly legitimate persona by applying for a California driver’s license, Social Security number and U.S. passport, according to documents obtained by the San Diego Union-Tribune . The official U.S. documents identified him as Abraham Riojos, born in Texas in 1958.

Anduaga, who’s actually 66 years old and a resident of Tijuana, Mexico, pleaded guilty last week in San Diego to theft of public property and being a previously removed unauthorized immigrant in the U.S., the newspaper reported Saturday.

One Response to Illegal Alien Steals Identity for 37 Years

  1. Jason says:

    Wow, if republicans were as knee-jerk reactionaries as the left, we’d be hearing calls for thousands of checkpoints for papers / documents. It’s so hypocritical of them to get so worked up over decreasing gun violence and yet support illegal aliens.

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