Illegal Migrants Scheduled for Deportation ... Now US Citizens - Approvals Fast Tracked Because of Election Email says ...
Eight Hundred and Fifty Eight Migrants From Dangerous Nations Mistakenly Granted Citizenship - Fingerprints not checked
Perhaps most stunning is that Homeland Security and federal prosecutors have allowed the illegal immigrants turned citizens get away with their potential fraud. Charges were brought in just two of the more than 800 cases identified.
The report was released as the country was learning the identity of the suspect in this weekend’s New York and New Jersey terror bombings — and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump connected the two, saying the U.S. is inviting those kinds of attacks if it can’t assure Americans it’s screening applications correctly.
“The safety and security of the homeland must be the overriding objective of our leaders when it comes to our immigration policy,” Mr. Trump said in a statement hours after the arrest of Ahmad Khan Rahami, whom authorities captured after a brief gunbattle.
Email Unearthed: "Citizenship of Illegal Migrants Fast Tracked Because of Presidential Election"
Email from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services field office chief and part of a chain of correspondence within the agency, from Houston TX District 17 recipient unnamed. The email was partially redacted but the following was revealed:
“The Field Office, due to the election year, needs to process as many of their N-400 cases as possible between now and FY 2016. If you have cases in this category or other pending, you are encouraged to take advantage of the OT [overtime] if you can. This will be an opportunity to move your pending naturalization cases. If you have not volunteered for OT, please consider and let me know if you are interested.”
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