Manhattan Assemblywoman Gabriella Rosa pleaded guilty today in federal court to two counts of fraud. Rosa represents neighborhoods in the northern tip of Manhattan, though she will resign her seat as a result of these charges.

The charges include one count of lying to immigraton authorities about her marital relationship back in 2005. The 47 year-old lawmaker also pleaded guilty to making false statements to a federal bankruptcy court in 2009.

Rosa was a newcomer to the state Assembly, elected to her seat in 2012. Before that, she served as a staffer in both the Assembly and the New York City Council

Rosa faces 10 years in prison and sentencing has been scheduled for October 3.