Ivonne Castillo was arrested on grand theft charges Tuesday. The SantaClara County Sheriff's Office said she provided immigration services in San Jose without proper clearance from the California Secretary of State. (Courtesy of the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office)

SAN JOSE — The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday arrested a woman they say illegally provided immigration services out of an office in the Willow Glen neighborhood.

Ivonne Castillo

Ivonne Castillo was booked into jail on charges of grand theft, according to the sheriff’s office.

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Castillo worked out of an office at 1190 S. Bascom Ave. and provided immigration services without clearance from the California Secretary of State, according to the sheriff’s office. She also allegedly did not have the $100,000 bond needed to operate such a business.

Her victims suffered “significant financial losses” and “lost immigration opportunities,” according to the sheriff’s office. She allegedly received money for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, applications and neglected to mail completed applications to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service.

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“Santa Clara County has a very diverse population comprised of immigrant families from various nationalities,” Sgt. Rich Glennon wrote in a news release Tuesday. “It is critical that those in need of immigration services know …read more

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