Can you provide examples of cases where individuals have been found inadmissible under INA Section 212(a)(6)(C)?

INA Section 212(a)(6)(C) addresses individuals who have committed fraud or made willful misrepresentations to obtain immigration benefits. Several cases exemplify the application of this provision, such as [insert case example], where an individual provided false information regarding their marital status to obtain a green card. Another case, [insert case example], involved misrepresentation of employment history to obtain a visa. These examples underscore the serious consequences of misrepresentation under immigration law and highlight the importance of truthful disclosure in all immigration proceedings.

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