VIDEO SHOWS USCIS COMPLACENCY ABOUT FAKE PASSPORTS FOR SYRIANS

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An undercover video recorded by an operative from the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) during a visit to a United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office in Port Chester, NY, revealed that USCIS officials, even if they are informed that illegal aliens are attempting to enter the USA using false credentials, will still sometimes admit the illegal aliens anyway.

A USCIS official was advised by an AFDI operative that a family of illegal aliens from Syria did not want to visit the USCIS office themselves because “they don’t have documents because they came here illegally.”

The USCIS official, identified as “Sergio” in the video, nonchalantly responded, “in the cases of asylees and refugees, we waive sometimes the passport, because they are unable to provide that documentation.” When Sergio was further questioned about cases where the name of the illegal alien on a forged passport was clearly false, he merely responded, “We are going to use the name on the passport as AKA, ‘also known as.’”

And we wonder how terrorists enter this nation so easily.

Watch the shocking video at this link:

http://bwcentral.org/2017/01/video-reveals-uscis-complacency-regarding-fake-passports-for-syrians/

President-elect Donald Trump repeatedly promised throughout the 2016 presidential campaign that he would cut admissions for refugees from Syria and begin much stricter vetting on those seeking asylum in the USA from areas where terrorism is rampant. Trump specified that he would suspend immigration “from terror-prone regions where vetting cannot safely occur.” Trump further added, “If I win, they are going back.”

As a result, it is quite possible that such USCIS complacency about fake passports for Syrians and other illegal aliens will come to a swift end once the Trump administration begins on January 20.

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