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Thread: The moral of the story... 18 years later.

  1. #1
    In 1987 I met 4 men from Pakistan, in the waiting room, at the INS office. They had been in the US for 3 months, and had each paid a farmer $500 to write them a letter saying that they were migrant farm workers.

    I got front desked that same day in 87, due to a 48 hr absents from the US that I voluntarily disclosed when asked under oath by the INS officer.

    I ran into one of those Pakistani men 10 years later. A very nice guy. He had become US citizen. And had imported his entire family from Pakistan.


    The moral of the story... 18 years later.

    The Farmer: betrayed his Country

    The Pakistani: Committed Fraud, and got away with it.

    The INS officer: Lazy! Did not do his job, also betrayed his Country.

    Me: Honest. Foolish? And still an Illegal Alien!

  2. #2
    In 1987 I met 4 men from Pakistan, in the waiting room, at the INS office. They had been in the US for 3 months, and had each paid a farmer $500 to write them a letter saying that they were migrant farm workers.

    I got front desked that same day in 87, due to a 48 hr absents from the US that I voluntarily disclosed when asked under oath by the INS officer.

    I ran into one of those Pakistani men 10 years later. A very nice guy. He had become US citizen. And had imported his entire family from Pakistan.


    The moral of the story... 18 years later.

    The Farmer: betrayed his Country

    The Pakistani: Committed Fraud, and got away with it.

    The INS officer: Lazy! Did not do his job, also betrayed his Country.

    Me: Honest. Foolish? And still an Illegal Alien!

  3. #3
    He did what he had to do. If he is doing nothing wrong then its fine. Sometimes you have to do these things to get ahead.

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