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					       A.G. SCHNEIDERMAN ANNOUNCES TAKEDOWN OF FAKE NURSING SCHOOL
                                NETWORK

The schools include:

   ●    International Language and Professional Network, Inc. (ILPN) located at 833-847
        Flatbush Avenue, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn;

   ●    VTEC-NY, Inc. a/k/a Life-VTEC, located at 212-47 Jamaica Avenue, Suite 200, Queens
        Village;

   ●    Hope-VTEC a/k/a J. Allrich Productions, Inc., Hope Nursing Tutorial Services, and
        Tutorial Nursing Prep, located at 1057-1059 Hempstead Turnpike, Franklin Square;

   ●    Helping Angels Foundation of America (HAFA) which operated at two locations:
        Brooklyn at 78 Saratoga Avenue, Brooklyn and 245-06 Jericho Turnpike, Suite LL05,
        Floral Park, Long Island; and

   ●    Envision Review Center located at 1894 Flabush Avenue, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn.

Four of the schools, ILPN, HAFA, Life-VTEC and Hope-VTEC, collaborated with the National
Academy nursing program in Jamaica to provide fraudulent certifications.

The Indictment charges the following individuals:

   ●    Robinson Akenami, 36 of Woodhaven, owner and operator of HAFA;

   ●    Jocelyn Allrich, 52 of Elmont, owner and operator of Hope-VTEC;

   ●    Nadege Auguste, 36 of Brooklyn, owner and operator of Life-VTEC;

   ●    Andre Castage, 54 of Brooklyn, an Administrator and Admissions Director at ILPN who
        spoke with students and told students that the school was accredited;

   ●    Carline D'Haiti, 55 of Brooklyn, and Salavatrice Gaston, 56 of West Babylon, who
        operated Envision Review Center;

   ●    Anthony Myers, an Administrator and the Admissions Director at ILPN, who also assured
        students that they would be eligible to take the NCLEX exam after attending ILPN;

   ●    Rodye Paquiot, 43 of Plainsboro, New Jersey, an executive at ILPN who assured
        students that they would be eligible to take the NCLEX exam after attending ILPN;

   ●    Carl Lee Sellers, the Administrator of Hope-VTEC who identified himself as the "second
        in command" and who told students that they would be eligible to sit for the NCLEX after
        they attended Hope-VTEC;

   ●    Frantz Simeon, 55 of Freeport, owner and Executive Director of ILPN; and

   ●    Jude Valles, who established the VTEC franchise, received payments for the students
        that attended the schools in New York, and provided false documents to the schools and
       students.

The charges are accusations and the defendants are presumed innocent unless and until
proven guilty.

				
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