Gene Nelson On SAVE Report: “The DHS Is Doing A Very Poor Job Protecting The Employment Rights Of American Citizens—And Is Needlessly Endangering Americans”
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January 07, 2013, 10:41 PM
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Gene Nelson, Ph.d,[Email him] writes:

Michael Cutler recently  published a new CAPS Blog entry regarding the failure of the DHS SAVE system to properly identify a projected 12% of illegal aliens that the DHS SAVE system approves for benefits.

Audit: Feds’ immigration check system fails 12 percent of the time, By Michael Cutler, Senior Special Agent, INS (Ret.), CAPS Senior Fellow, January 3, 2013

Two related items that complement Michael Cutler`s excellent report appear below.  A  David North report about the  lackluster performance of DHS SEVP program:  Migration Enforcement Agency Discourages Funds for Its Own Work By David North, CIS, January, 2013  [PDF]

Having attended public outreach briefings at the DHS public meeting room in Washington, DC between 2007-2012, these two reports are consistent with my overall perception that the DHS is doing a very poor job protecting the employment rights of American citizens—and is needlessly endangering Americans by allowing illegal aliens ordered deported to remain in the U.S. and improperly obtain benefits.  [Review finds some aliens get benefits, By Stephen Dinan, The Washington Times, December 18, 2012 ]

The Obama administration has already started promoting  the eventual granting of  citizenship to a large population of illegal aliens. While this may be a mechanism to boost the number of registered Democrat party voters, I think the Obama administration proposal should be soundly rejected.

What do you think?

Here’s  the hard-to-locate DHS IG Report: Improvements Needed for SAVE To Accurately Determine Immigration Status of Individuals Ordered Deported - [PDF]

Gene Nelson, Ph.D