By Kyle Schwab and Carla Hinton Staff WritersThe former director of immigration and legal services of Catholic Charities of Oklahoma City has been accused of stealing money meant for clients' immigration fees. Margarita I. Solis, 46, of Norman, was charged Wednesday with three felony counts of embezzlement. Oklahoma County prosecutors allege Solis, while employed as an attorney by Catholic Charities, was in charge of assisting clients in obtaining permanent residency status and citizenship in the United States. After receiving money orders from clients to pay immigration fees, Solis would make the orders payable to her and cash them, according to prosecutors. She stole a total of $2,830 from clients in 2015 and 2016, prosecutors alleged. In an...
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Former employee at Catholic Charities of Oklahoma City charged with embezzlement