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    Gary Henderson

    First I’ve heard of this, and thanks to this gentleman for publishing this exposure.
    I’m going to follow this outrageous example of unauthorized American citizens dealing
    our resources without knowledge or permission of those entrusted with the proper authority.
    It is but another attempt, this is how Obama rules and he has laid the groundwork and set the tone for illegal, unconstitutional manipulation of our interests to satisfy the goals of his unethical convictions.

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      The EB-5 Visa program was established with the Immigration Act of 1990 along with a lot of other visa types. The last decade of the millennium seems to have been the timeframe to unravel the American government – to be replaced by the global governance structure. What I mean by global governance structure is a system that disintegrates and ultimately will eliminate nation-states.

      Here is a link to my other website where I have a copy of the Immigration Act of 1990 posted with a couple of other – equally bad pieces of legislation. I called the page, Invitation to Terror:

      Do you remember in 2005? We had a surge of mass migration from Mexico. That subsided and a lot of them went back to Mexico. Then when Obama came into office, his administration has been engaged in importing people from the Middle East.

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    Rosa Koire

    Excellent that you posted the CSPAN interview to YouTube with the ‘correct’ title–cutting to the core issue with “EB-5 Visas — Selling American Citizenship to Build African Infrastructure”

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      It’s very insidious how this financial scheme is operating. If we had a Justice Department, they would be investigating it but we don’t. They are part of the criminal syndicate.

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    Foreign investor visaEB-5 foreign investor visa program susceptible to fraud, misuse: GAO
    Published 19 August 2015
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    The United States has launched dozens of investigations into fraudulent practices in a program, called EB-5, which grants Green Cards to foreigners who invest $500,000 in selected U.S. ventures. A GAO report notes that the program is vulnerable to fraud, because many of the applicants care less about the success of the venture in which they invest and more about getting the Green Card, and can easily afford to lose $500,000 in order to get the card.

    The United States has launched dozens of investigations into fraudulent practices in a program, called EB-5, which grants Green Cards to foreigners who invest $500,000 in selected U.S. ventures. A Government Accountability Office (GAO) audit said the U.S. immigration service “faces significant challenges in its efforts to detect and mitigate fraud risks.”

    The GAO report details efforts by DHS to deal with the problems plaguing the EB-5 program.

    The report found that between January 2013 and 2015, the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) received more than 100 “tips, complaints and referrals of possible securities fraud” connected to the EB-5 program, and there are currently fifty-nine open investigations by different agencies into alleged EB-5 scams.”

    Source Homeland Security NewsWire, with a link on article to the GAO report

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      apologies for the errors in comment, no way to edit. Copy paste from article unfortunately included side bar text. What is worth reading is the GAO report also
      ” What GAO Found

      The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) administers the Employment-Based Fifth Preference Immigrant Investor Program (EB-5 Program) and collaborated with its interagency partners to assess fraud and national security risks in the program in fiscal years 2012 and 2015. Unique fraud risks identified in the program included uncertainties in verifying that the funds invested were obtained lawfully and various investment-related schemes to defraud investors. These assessments were onetime efforts; however, USCIS officials noted that fraud risks in the EB-5 Program are constantly evolving, and they continually identify new fraud schemes. USCIS does not have documented plans to conduct regular future risk assessments, in accordance with fraud prevention practices, which could help inform efforts to identify and address evolving program risks.”


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