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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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


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