ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A man is facing federal charges after investigators said he lied on a visa application.
Heriberto Marquez-Nevarez is accused of lying on a border crossing card application in 2019 by answering “no” when asked if he had ever been arrested or convicted of a crime.
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Marquez-Nevarez came to the US Monday and stayed at a home in Albuquerque. The next day, the FBI learned he was wanted out of Mexico for rape, aggravated assault, and murder.
Marquez-Nevarez also has a criminal history dating back to 2011. He’s now charged with violating immigration law.