A Bronx immigration lawyer gamed the system for years by having clients falsely claim they were abused by their own kids to fast-track their bids for legal status, federal prosecutors said Monday.

Kofi Amankwaa and his son charged immigrant clients $6,000 a head to exploit the federal Violence Against Women Act by claiming they were victims of domestic abuse, which would expedite the migrants’ bid for legal residency in the US, prosecutors said in a press release.

Amankwaa and his son, Kofi Amankwaa Jr., now face up to 15 years behind bars on conspiracy and immigration fraud charges after they are arraigned in federal court on Monday.

US Attorney for the Southern District of New York Damian Williams said the father and son team “sought to make a mockery of the US immigration system.”