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    I just looked at an interesting site, if anyone is interested go to:

    http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/shared...04/Table50.xls

    Under the category fraud and false statements to obtain or confer immigration benefit the total number in 1993 was 72, in 11 years that number increased to 223. There are lots of tables to look at, some are broken down by category and/or country. I checked out Egypt and in 2004 most of those deported were for non-crimal reasons, at least on the table 50.

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    I just looked at an interesting site, if anyone is interested go to:

    http://www.uscis.gov/graphics/shared...04/Table50.xls

    Under the category fraud and false statements to obtain or confer immigration benefit the total number in 1993 was 72, in 11 years that number increased to 223. There are lots of tables to look at, some are broken down by category and/or country. I checked out Egypt and in 2004 most of those deported were for non-crimal reasons, at least on the table 50.

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