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City Attorney Charges Canadian Talent Consultant in Actor Immigration Visa Scam

Filed in: Press & Media

LOS ANGELES – A Canadian national, Andrew Boryski, was charged with multiple criminal counts for cheating aspiring actors out of thousands of dollars in an immigration visa scam.
“We will hold accountable charlatans who pray upon the career aspirations of others,” said City Attorney Carmen Trutanich. “People who come to Los Angeles to work must be aware that it is illegal for immigration consultants to provide legal advice. Before paying them a penny, they should contact the appropriate agency and verify the consultant’s credentials.”

JoBeth Williams and Scott Bakula to Announce Recipients of the Stunt Ensemble Honors During the SAG Awards® Red Carpet Pre-Show, and's
19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards®
Red Carpet
Pre-Show Streams Live Sunday, Jan. 27, from 6-8 p.m. (ET)/3-5 p.m. (PT)

SAG Foundation Live Streams ‘How to Get Paid for Reading Books’ Tonight

Panel features top audiobook narration experts
including Vice President of

AFTRA Foundation Announces Creation of Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund

Filed in: Press & Media

AFTRA Foundation President Shelby Scott and SAG-AFTRA Co-President
and AFTRA Foundation Board Member Roberta Reardon

Announce Creation of AFTRA Foundation Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund

SAG-AFTRA National Board of Directors Meets in L.A.

LOS ANGELES (Oct. 28, 2012) – The National Board of Directors of SAG-AFTRA met in a scheduled two-day plenary this weekend at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Los Angeles.

SAG-AFTRA to Hold First National Bi-Coastal Well Woman Live Stream and Health Expo

Thursday, Oct. 18 – Los Angeles, New York and Boston

2012 Media Access Awards Celebrate Disability Awareness and Inclusion in Media and Entertainment

Late Night Funny Man Jimmy Kimmel to Host Awards Reception
with Jane Lynch, Helen Hunt, and many more on hand

Unions & Guilds Applaud Passage of AB 2026 and SB 1197

Los Angeles (August 31, 2012) – As a broad coalition of unions and guilds representing labor and the entertainment industry, we join together to welcome today’s passage of the two-year extension of the California Film & Television Tax Credit Program by both houses of the California State Legislature.