Case 3:12-mj-03774-JMA Document 1 Filed 10/15/12 Page 1 of 2

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
IJNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Plaintiff,
v.
Alejandrina Gisselle GUZMAN-Salazar,
Defendant.
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COMPLAINT P<'}R VIOLATION OF
Title 18, U.S.c., Section 1546(a)
Misuse of Entry Document
The undersigned complainant being duly sworn states:
On or about October 12, 2012, within the Southern District of California, defendant Alejandrina
Gisselle GUZMAN-Salazar, an alien, in applying for entry to the United States at the San Ysidro
Port of Entry, did impersonate another by presenting to a United States Customs and Border
Protection a document of entry, to wit: a counterfeit United States Non-Immigrant Visa, bearing the
name ofP.O.M, in order to gain admission into the United States; in violation of Title 18, United
States Code, Section 1546(a).
And the complainant states that this complaint is based on the attached statement of facts, which is
incorporated herein by reference.
Elizabeth gel, Enforcement Officer
United States Customs and Border Protection
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 15
th
day of October, 2012.
Case 3:12-mj-03774-JMA Document 1 Filed 10/15/12 Page 2 of 2
PROBABLE CAUSE STATEMENT
1, United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Enforcement Officer Alex Venegas,
declare under penalty of perjury the following to be true and correct:
On October 12, 2012 at approximately 3:27 P.M., a female individual, later identified as
Alejandrina Gisselle GUZMAN-Salazar (Defendant) attempted to enter into the United States
from Tijuana, Mexico at the San Ysidro, California Port of Entry through the pedestrian entrance.
Defendant presented a United States Non-Immigrant Visa contained within a Mexican passport
bearing the name "P.OM." to a United States Customs and Border Protection Officer (CBP
Officer), and stated that she was currently travelling to San Ysidro, California. The CBP Officer
inspected the Non-Immigrant Visa presented to him by Defendant, and recognized it to be
counterfeit. Defendant was escorted to a secondary area for further processing.
During secondary inspection, Defendant was queried by fingerprint comparison through the
Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (lAFIS) and the Automated Biometric
Identification System (IDENT). IDENT returned a match to the query, positively identifying
Defendant as a citizen and national of Mexico, and linked Defendant to Immigration service
records.
Defendant was advised of her Miranda rights and elected to answer questions without benefit of
counsel. Defendant stated she is a citizen of Mexico with no legal documents to enter into the
United States. Defendant stated that she has not applied " for permission to legally enter the United
States. Defendant stated that she knew the United States Non-Immigrant Visa contained within
the altered Mexican passport she presented to the CBP Officer was not legally issued to her.
Defendant stated that her intent was to enter into the United States and travel to Los Angeles,
California in order to give birth to her child.
EXECUTED ON TIllS 12th DAY OF OCTOBER, 2012 AT 11:30 PM.
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Alex Venegas / CBP Enforcement Officer
On the basis of the facts presented in the Probable Cause Statement of (1) page(s), I
find probable cause to believe that the defenaant named therein cOmlnitted the offense on
October 12, 2012 in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1546.
D STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
4:58 PM, Oct 13, 2012
DATE/TIME

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