Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Biden’s Chaotic Afghan Migration Imports Fraud; Afghans with ‘Security Concerns’ May Be Resettled in U.S.

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FAIR: Biden’s Chaotic Afghan Migration Imports Fraud:
The government programs that import people from chaotic countries, such as Iraq and Afghanistan, are riddled with fraud and national security risks, according to a report by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).
President Joe Biden’s deputies have already admitted many thousands — perhaps 25,000 — Afghan migrants with little or no vetting. Once in the United States, the unvetted migrants can use U.S. lawyers to slow or prevent their repatriation, even after committing crimes.
“Conducting an extensive vetting process before the entry of any foreign national is commonsense and must be a part of any policy that includes bringing refugees or SIV [Special Immigrant Visas] applicants into the country,” FAIR reported on August 31. FAIR continued:
Mass-refugee resettlement in the states – with no adequate vetting procedure – would simply be an attempt to correct our mistakes in Afghanistan by making new mistakes that place American citizens and Afghan refugees alike at risk.
Biden’s left-wing supporters and migration advocates are urging the inflow of more than one million Afghan consumers, renters, and workers, based on the moral claims that some Afghans risked their lives to help modernize their undeveloped Islamic country. --->READ MORE HERE
Bloomberg: Afghans with ‘Security Concerns’ May Be Resettled in U.S.:
Afghans flagged with “ongoing security concerns” may still be resettled across the United States with some monitoring by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), according to Bloomberg.
As part of President Joe Biden’s massive resettlement operation — where tens of thousands, and potentially hundreds of thousands, of Afghans are being resettled across the U.S. — Bloomberg reports that it is a possibility that Afghans with “ongoing security concerns” may be resettled in the nation whom the FBI would then have to monitor.
Bloomberg reports:
In the U.S., the State Department, DHS and the FBI are leading the screening process. If there are ongoing security concerns with any refugees who are eventually resettled inside the U.S., the Federal Bureau of Investigation or state and local law enforcement agencies might have to take steps to keep tabs on them, such as doing occasional interviews. [Emphasis added]

“The FBI supports the U.S. government’s interagency efforts on immigration and refugee admittance by serving as one of the agencies that reviews information associated with refugee and immigrant applicants in order to identify potential national security and public safety concerns,” the FBI said in a statement. [Emphasis added]
In addition, the State Department has yet to disclose the exact vetting procedures for Afghans that do not qualify for Special Immigrant Visas (SIVs), which is the overwhelming majority. --->READ MORE HERE
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