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Tuesday, 20 September 2016

US Mistakenly Grants Citizenship To 800 People Scheduled For Deportation.

The U.S. government mistakenly granted citizenship to at least 800 immigrants who had previously been scheduled for deportation, according to a Department of Homeland Security audit released Monday.





All of the scheduled deportees who were granted citizenship came from countries deemed high-risk for either national security or immigration fraud.


“The immigrants used different names or birthdates to apply for citizenship with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration services and such discrepancies weren’t caught because their fingerprints were missing from government databases,” the Associated Press reported.

‎“The report does not identify any of the immigrants by name, but Inspector General John Roth’s auditors said they were all from ‘special interest countries’ — those that present a national security concern for the United States — or neighboring countries with high rates of immigration fraud.”
The report did not identify those countries.
The information was released, by chance, just as a multitude of terror attacks ripped across parts of the U.S.

‎Roth’s investigation found “at least three of the immigrants-turned-citizens were able to acquire aviation or transportation worker credentials, granting them access to secure areas in airports or maritime facilities and vessels.”

Mistakenly awarding citizenship to someone ordered deported can have serious consequences because U.S. citizens can typically apply for and receive security clearances or take security-sensitive jobs, the Associated Press pointed out.
Because an American citizen can obtain a security clearance, serve in law enforcement, or sponsor people for entry into the country, these privileges could potentially aid terrorists into carrying out more sophisticated and deadly attacks.

Roth also found fingerprints missing from as many 315,000 immigrants that were given final deportation orders. 148,000 of those cases have not been updated and are missing digital fingerprint files.

This problem was created because digital fingerprints were not consistently added to records until 2010. However, the government has known about this gap since at least 2008.

“This situation created opportunities for individuals to gain the rights and privileges of U.S. citizenship through fraud,” Roth said. “To prevent fraud and ensure thorough review of naturalization applications, USCIS needs access to these fingerprint records.”

Matt Vespa of Townhall argues  this new information should be taken seriously and spark a debate about current security measures -- especially when it comes to the 10,000 Syrian refugees who have resettled in the United States.

Roth's recommendation was to review all outstanding cases and add fingerprints to the government's database. The Department of Homeland Security agreed and "is working to implement the changes."

Source: westernjournalism.com



43 comments:

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    1. One Benin man among them there his jazz strong no be small. E go don call one strong native doctor for benin, make e smoke them Americans head. Lol

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    1. That miracle that will look like a lie.
      Ahan!

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  3. Huh? Ayam not understanding. Mistake kwa?

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  4. Mistakenly? A very wonderful mistake.

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  5. They should allow Nigerians but deport all these jihad people

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  6. They should allow Nigerians but deport all these jihad people

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  7. That's their luck, hope it won't be cancelled.

    God Bless Everyone.

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  8. #Whether it's the best of times or the worst of times, it's the only time we've got*

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  9. What do we call such mistakes? Congrats to them abi they will revolt it?

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  10. Congrats to the 800 people. If na me, i will hide.

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    1. Hahahahahahahaha..
      Hope they won't change their mind sha.

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  11. Wow!! this one na million dollar mistake.

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  12. They should snuff out those from terrorist inclined countries and revoke their citizenship .to avoid stories that....

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  13. their luck no dem Sabi,pls for those at Lag ND abj how much is a bag of rice, ND a cup of rice, d argument here is getting serious, is rice Rilly 14k at lag ND and abj need ans....miss hottie

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    1. Just curious. How much runs dey charged now?

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  14. See groove! Someone must have fasted and prayed for a miracle and God answered!! Hahahahah

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  15. This doesn't sound good.

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  16. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    I just wish am one those eight hundred people shah nothing else....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  17. Good for them, Evil Americans!
    There were news on every TV network (local and international) on Sunday about how a bomb went off in Manhattan, injuring about 29 people.

    Whereas, on that same day, the US bombed and killed dozens of civilians/Syrian government troop in Syria. And it didn't made the headline on every TV network. The Us government only sent a message claiming it was a mistake.
    What mistake?
    Same thing they did some months back in Kunduz, Afghanistan. They bombed and killed more than 52 doctors with borders.
    The long list goes on. The US have been destroying and invading countries for ages, killing civilians like they kill ants.
    The media always know how to bring it down, but let a bomb go off in the State, the media will keep on their feet for weeks and months reporting it.

    Please, enough of the double standard. The US is not better than any other country.

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    1. Mrs Romas.U must be a muslim. Pls Those killed are Syrian soldiers that has been terrorizing their own people.I believe the attack was deliberately carried out to reduce the massacre of Civilians. I wish to see more of such attacks every day.

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    2. Anon, Miss Romas does not have to be muslim to see that the US uses the media to mislead people. Y'all see only what they want you to. Have you ever considered why the bombings happening in those places never get enough media attention? Have you ever wondered why the attacks keep happening in these places and nobody ever questions the "mistakes" of the US? People are pitted against one another for the sole benefit of a double-faced frenemy. You don't have to be muslim to show compassion. It only takes a shred of humanity in you.

      #StayWoke

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    3. Anon you are so wrong. Us, Saudi and Russian have been killing civilians wrongly in Yemen, Syria and Iraq. Please follow human right watch and see for yourself. My take is no anyone in this world has the right to take any human being soul except God. That is why I feel so that when I hear news of terriosts killing and carrying out all sort of atrocities I fee so sad and keep wondering why Human hate on one another.

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  18. Waow...can their citizenship be revoked? Not sure about that ,
    Lucky them. Hope they don't abuse the opportunity tho

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    1. Of course it can be revoked. If this report is that they discovered their error, believe it that the approval will be reversed.

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  19. Their head get oil

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  20. Miracle working God oo.. Hahaha

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    1. Yes oooo miracle working GOD, do you know that a whole nation can be saved from wrath just because of one person,if the person has the favour of GOD and grace,the whole lot can be saved with that one person.somebody must have been praying fervently to GOD to get his/her citizenship and the prayer got answered thereby others that were condemn with the person shared in the favour of GOD as well.

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  21. God don butter their bread, lucky them

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