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An investor-visa program Congress wants to permanently extend was rife with fraud and corruption from its start more than two decades ago, with hundreds of millions of dollars improperly diverted as government officials lamented a persistent lack of oversight and an inability to investigate or prosecute the perpetrators.
President Obama's pick to be the next No. 2 at the Department of Homeland Security was involved in "political pressure" to influence a visa case linked to Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe's former car company, according to e-mails released Friday — documents that may contradict testimony nominee Alejandro Mayorkas gave last month to a Senate committee.
The federal government's system of tracking immigration status is so broken that it gives a green light to one in eight aliens who have been ordered deported, according to an audit Tuesday that found the government has gone on to approve some of those who slip through for work in sensitive areas of airports and granted them benefits such as Medicaid or food stamps.
U.S. immigration services have the capacity to handle additional requests if more states mandate that businesses use E-Verify but would need time to accommodate a nationwide program, the agency's director said Thursday.
Although the American people have defeated amnesty for illegal immigrants in recent years, this is not stopping President Obama and his administration from trying a backdoor amnesty. Over the past year, the administration has sought to circumvent Congress and use executive-branch authority to allow illegal immigrants to remain in the United States.
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — For prices starting at $50, two nonfederally recognized Indian tribes are offering membership to thousands of illegal aliens, claiming they can achieve legal status by joining the groups.
The Bush administration announced a new effort yesterday to try to help new immigrants and new U.S. citizens learn English and assimilate into American society, complete with work kits and a Web site to help new arrivals find English classes and study for the citizenship test.