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[15 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
Immigration Reform: Terrorists Have Applied For Green Cards

“In addition to identifying potential national security concerns from checking an alien’s name against watch lists in TECS [Treasury Enforcement Communications System], name checks against the FBI’s investigative files have uncovered individuals who raised national security concerns.

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[14 Jan 2010 | One Comment | ]
Path To Citizenship Blocked By Corruption

Even worse then the inefficiency, the agency is tarnished by corruption. Bribery indictments, be it for cash, gifts or sex, and embezzlement darken this agency’s history.

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[18 Mar 2009 | One Comment | ]
Crime, Corruption and Incompetence at the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services Part II

March 7 provides yet another example of crime at this agency, this time illustrated by one Roy Bailey, “a former top immigration official in Detroit whose “outrageous conduct” involved taking free meals, landscaping services and casino chips in return for official favors.”

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[22 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]
Coming Soon: Amnesty?

“And I believe we would be wise to reconsider the effectiveness and cost of a wall along our southern border, which has adversely affected the fragile environment and vibrant cross-border culture of an entire region. Such a wall stands as a symbol of fear and intolerance. This is not what America is about and we can do better.”