In October 1910, the Austro-Hungarian embassy requested that the United States extradite a certain Moritz Ormai, the charge being forgery. The request was granted, as noted in this letter to the US State Department, dated October 11, 1910:
With your valued note of the 8th instant, serial No. 596, your excellency was so good as to send me a warrant for the surrender of Moritz Ormai.
There's a footnote for "serial No. 596" but simply says "Not printed." The letter also mentions that Ormai may have
committed other crimes that come under the provisions of the extradition treaty
The royal Hungarian ministry of justice is gathering the evidence in the case
Then, in a letter dated October 21, the request for an additional warrant was dropped:
I have the honor to inform your excellency that my Government has given up extending the request for extradition of Moritz Ormai to other crimes and that said person was embarked yesterday.
That appears to be the final mention of Moritz Ormai in the communications between the Austo-Hungarian embassy and the US State Department. Copies of these communications can also be found, for example, here.
The application for a second warrant seems to have been out of concern that the first would expire before Ormai could be shipped back to Austria-Hungary. Given this, and that extraditions are not usually for what governments consider to be minor crimes, it seems that the Austro-Hungarians were very keen to get their hands on Ormai. The extradition seems to have been done under the terms of the Extradition Convention Between the United States and Austria-Hungary; July 3, 1856, which states that extraditions could be for
...murder, or assault with intent to commit murder, or piracy, or arson, or robbery, or forgery, or the fabrication or circulation of counterfeit money, whether coin or paper money, or the embezzlement of public moneys...
Curious as to what Moritz Ormai forged and what other crimes he was suspected of, as well as what ultimately happened to him, I did some googling but found no other mention of this individual online (results simply gave me lots of links to ‘St. Moritz’ and to the Italian word ‘ormai’, meaning ‘by now’ or ‘almost’).
What did Moritz Ormai forge and what happened to him? Currency forgery seems a possibility, but I can find no evidence in support of this – or any other information about him.