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Thread: How to report Illegal aliens?

  1. #1
    Guest
    I would like to know how to report illegal aliens?
    I am aware about a couple of families staying and working in US illegally. How to get them deported quickly ?
    Please help !!!

    Good USC.

  2. #2
    Vivek Rosen:

    Why don't you go **** yourself ******* mother****er!

  3. #3
    Guest
    GET A LIFE!

    MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS AND LEAVE THEM ALONE!!

  4. #4
    You can contact BCIS via phone, snail mail or e-mail and inform about your confirmed suspicion. I find the reaction of people like Aguila confirming that something should and must be done. It is the duty of U.S. citizens as well as law abiding foreigners to support and report law enforcement.

    It is however neither your duty or right to use information sharing for purposes of harrassment or revenge. If your suspicions are unfounded and turn out to be that they're a prank, you're tieying up resources and wasting tax $ with your false accusations for which you can be punished by law enforcement as well.
    "just" being out of status or illegally present for economical reasons is not a priority for the U.S. to remove you, though other factors may be.

  5. #5
    How To Report Illegal Aliens - Updated DHS Version!
    By Juan Mann

    With all this hoopla about homeland security, why isn't there a "Terrorism Information and Prevention System" that Americans can really use? Why not start reporting illegal aliens and criminal alien residents?

    Illegal aliens are subject to deportation at any time. Their very presence violates federal law.

    Lawful permanent resident aliens – that is, anyone with a "green card"– also can become deportable if they are convicted of certain crimes. These criminal alien residents can lose their permanent resident status and be deported right along with the illegal aliens and non-immigrant visa overstayers – if the proper authorities only knew about them.

    The new Department of Homeland Security is the proper authority to whom to report the presence of


    illegal aliens,


    non-immigrant visa violators, and


    green card holders who have been convicted of crimes.

    The DHS has background information on reporting "suspected illegal aliens or suspected illegal immigration activity." For now, this link sends you right back to the former Immigration and Naturalization Service field offices, now part of the DHS' service-oriented Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services - BCIS.

    Though it looks like BCIS took over the INS web site, all the law enforcement agents are still at the former INS field offices anyhow, since no new facilities sprang up overnight when the INS left the Department of Justice on March 1, 2003.

    The law enforcement components of the former INS are now called the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement – BICE (field offices) and the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection – BCPS (field offices).

    To report an illegal alien, look up the nearest existing field office and ask for the (BICE) Investigations Division or the "Enforcement Office." If you cannot speak with a Special Agent from the Investigations Division, ask to speak to a Deportation Officer from the Detention and Removal unit. Make a report over the phone or go in person.

    You are performing a vital public service by doing this. Officers in these divisions are obligated by law to make a written record of your report.

    The groups U.S Border Control and illegalalien.net also list ex-INS field office contact numbers.

    If you live in a border area – roughly, within 50 miles of the border - you have the better option of reporting the presence of illegal aliens to the nearest BCBP or Border Patrol field office. You can either call or go in person.

    If there is no Border Patrol station listed nearby, contact the nearest Sector Office to find out if there is a local sub-station that is not listed on the web site.

    Like the former INS, the Department of Homeland Security still doesn't have a way to report illegal aliens over the internet. But the Federal Bureau of Investigation does!

    Thanks to a recent delegation of authority by Attorney General John Ashcroft to the FBI Director, all Special Agents of the FBI now have the power to enforce immigration law.

    So send your internet tips to the FBI on https://tips.fbi.gov/ or contact them the old-fashioned way, by calling or writing one of the FBI field offices.

    (The DHS has a guide for how to "report a missing person suspected of falling victim to dangers along the border." This public service is part of the "border safety initiative" of its alien-friendly BCIS - proving that the BCIS already is living up to its legacy as the reincarnation of all the INS "customer service" bureaus.)

    Illegal aliens and criminal alien residents might be up to some type of fraud against the Social Security system too. For them, false documents are a way of life. The Office of Inspector General of the Social Security Administration operates a fraud hotline for reporting misuse of social security cards and false statements on claims – whether by employers or employees.

    Prosecuting Social Security fraud has been used successfully to tie-up terrorist suspects, even if they are not illegal aliens. Report criminal violators to the FBI for prosecution by the U.S. Attorney.

    Though it has been accused of giving cover to illegal aliens through tax ID numbers, the Internal Revenue Service also accepts citizen reports on general tax fraud including "earned income tax credit" abuse. The IRS' criminal investigation division handles employment tax fraud reports.

    The Department of Health and Human Services maintains a hotline for reporting Medicare or Medicaid fraud, child non-support, AFDC fraud, and abuse of related programs.

    Also, believe it or not, all male illegal aliens (as well as male permanent resident aliens, ages 18 through 25) must register with the Selective Service System. If they do not register, they can be prosecuted for a felony and fined up to $250,000 and/or be put in jail for up to five years. They also may not then be eligible for U.S. citizenship.

    And there are state penalties for failing to register. Selective Service registration is conveniently available in Spanish. Report draft registration violators to the FBI for prosecution by the U.S. Attorney.

    What will the DHS actually do when you call?

    It will take the information down, as it is legally obligated to do....and quite probably not much else.

    It may get interested in a criminal alien, an alien that's the subject of some other type of investigation - for example an Arab terrorist, an alien smuggler - or an alien who has been deported before.

    Non-criminal aliens might be sent a letter by the Deportation and Removal section, saying, in effect, "Dear Mr. Alien, you have been already ordered removed by an immigration judge, or we know you have overstayed your status, please come in to the office to be deported, bring one bag." (These are known as "run letters," for obvious reasons.) But even this doesn't always happen.

    But none of this should make any difference to VDARE.COM readers. Your report will be on record. The government will know about it – and will know we know it knows about it.

    The Chinese say a journey of a thousand miles must start with one step. Americans can start regaining control of their borders - and of their nation's destiny – with one phone call.

  6. #6
    good old acelaw

    "It is the duty of U.S. citizens as well as law abiding foreigners to support and report law enforcement."

    My neighbor is stealing cable. I wrote my congressman, and told him, and nothing is being done. My neighbor is a good-for-nothing piece of garbage for stealing cable. Why don't the police do anything??

    Another article that is much ado about nothing huh?? What was the point of that article??

    "You are performing a vital public service by doing this. Officers in these divisions are obligated by law to make a written record of your report."

    Go ahead, nothing will get done, but it is the principle that counts. It is a moral victory!


    "You can either call or go in person."

    Do that, then let me know what happens??



    "Thanks to a recent delegation of authority by Attorney General John Ashcroft to the FBI Director, all Special Agents of the FBI now have the power to enforce immigration law."

    You know how many FBI Agents are in charge of the area I used to live in, 1 !!


    "This public service is part of the "border safety initiative" of its alien-friendly BCIS - proving that the BCIS already is living up to its legacy as the reincarnation of all the INS "customer service" bureaus."

    Exactly my point. Thanks acelaw!! You honestly think anything will get done.


    "Illegal aliens and criminal alien residents might be up to some type of fraud against the Social Security system too. For them, false documents are a way of life. The Office of Inspector General of the Social Security Administration operates a fraud hotline for reporting misuse of social security cards and false statements on claims – whether by employers or employees."

    How does a person, who isn't an employer, know if somebody is using false documents?? How do I check everybody in my neighborhood for false documents??

    ""Prosecuting Social Security fraud has been used successfully to tie-up terrorist suspects, even if they are not illegal aliens. Report criminal violators to the FBI for prosecution by the U.S. Attorney."

    Lets be honest, these are the types of people the FBI is going to go after.....

    "The Department of Health and Human Services maintains a hotline for reporting Medicare or Medicaid fraud, child non-support, AFDC fraud, and abuse of related programs."

    I know many citizens taking part in this!!

    "Also, believe it or not, all male illegal aliens (as well as male permanent resident aliens, ages 18 through 25) must register with the Selective Service System. If they do not register, they can be prosecuted for a felony and fined up to $250,000 and/or be put in jail for up to five years. They also may not then be eligible for U.S. citizenship."

    You are 100% correct, they CAN be prosecuted!!

    "And there are state penalties for failing to register. Selective Service registration is conveniently available in Spanish. Report draft registration violators to the FBI for prosecution by the U.S. Attorney."

    You can't possibly be serious with this??

    "What will the DHS actually do when you call?
    It will take the information down, as it is legally obligated to do....and quite probably not much else."

    Bingo!!

    "It may get interested in a criminal alien, an alien that's the subject of some other type of investigation - for example an Arab terrorist, an alien smuggler - or an alien who has been deported before."

    Exactly, finally some reality!!

    "Your report will be on record. The government will know about it – and will know we know it knows about it."

    It's a moral victory! The principle.........


    "The Chinese say a journey of a thousand miles must start with one step. Americans can start regaining control of their borders - and of their nation's destiny – with one phone call."

    How so?? In the same article it says nothing more will get done after you call!!!

    They need to proofread these things.....



  7. #7
    Guest
    How much reward will I receive for each illegal alien deported ?

    I can be a pretty good income for me.

  8. #8
    Guest
    my father taught me three things in life:

    1. nothing will ever be handed to you on a silver platter

    2. a dollar is a lot of money if you don't have any

    3. NEVER, EVER, EVER RAT ANYONE OUT!!

  9. #9
    Hi Vivek Roshan,
    I Don't know if you will read this post but I would like to tell you one thing. You are very lucky to be in this country legally. USA gives lots of opportunities to have good life and earn lot of money if you really want to work hard (???)...Don't try to find easy way to make money ..... you just want to report about some illegal alien for money ???? Shame on you.... If you would report because of contribution to government of USA, it would have been a different case... but I am sorry to say that you are a very low-class guy...After all you proved here by your " DESI" thoughts....That's very sad...people like you don't change even a bit after coming to a great country and having lots of chances to live like anything......

    [This message was edited by Pasha Patel on September 30, 2003 at 04:04 AM.]

  10. #10
    Undermining American workers
    Record numbers of illegal immigrants are pulling wages down for the poor and pushing taxes higher.
    By Fred ****ey
    Special to The Times

    http://www.latimes.com/templates/mis...on=/printstory


    The state can't be far behind. An estimated 20% of patients throughout California are uninsured, with hospitals incurring $3.6 billion in uncompensated care. Fifty-one percent of the state's hospitals operated in the red last year.

    What kind of people don't pay there medical bills and expect us citizens to do so, KIND WE DON'T NEED.


    http://www.usbc.org/info/crime/numbers.htm
    Citizen Action: Reporting Illegal Aliens
    A week does not go by without our website receiving numerous email inquiries asking how the ordinary citizen can help in the battle to indentify, round up and deport illegal aliens.
    From smuggling rings to dope dealers to welfare cheaters, we get reports on all of them. And we pass this information on to Congressmen and Senators to show them how their constituents feel about illegal immigration.
    Sadly, deportation of illegal aliens is not a big priority of the INS. They are being pushed by the Administration to concentrate on such things as speeding up their naturalization programs and helping aliens to know their rights on matters like welfare and health care.
    To get the INS back on track and working for the best interests of Americans, I urge you to make direct contact with the INS at one of their field offices to report every and any instance of illegal alien activity.
    We were told by one of our whistleblower friends inside the INS that when a citizen taxpayer gets on the phone with an INS office, that office has to open a case file on that complaint. The more unresolved cases, the worse it looks for that office and, consequently, they have to get to work solving those cases.
    The following are a listing of the INS Investigative Office telephone listings. Call one of these numbers to report employers you suspect are employing illegal immigrants. You may also report immigrants themselves if you believe they are in the country illegally, whether they are working or not.
    At a minimum, be prepared to provide the address of each suspected violator and as much additional information as you can obtain. The more information you provide the INS the more likely it is they will take action and the faster it will be taken.
    Telephone Number For Geographic Region
    ______________________________
    (800) 375-5283 National Service Center. Use only if you cannot find a number for your state below.
    (201) 645-2240 Newark office, for New Jersey
    (205) 591-0920 Birmingham office, for Alabama
    (207) 780-3440 Portland office, for Maine
    (208) 334-1824 Boise office, for Idaho
    (210) 967-7035 San Antonio office, for Southern Texas
    (212) 264-5923 New York office, for Southern New York
    (214) 905-5807 Dallas office, for Eastern Texas
    (215) 656-7195 Philadelphia office, Eastern PA and DE
    (216) 522-4774 Cleveland office, for Northern Ohio
    (303) 371-5028 Denver office, for Colorado
    (305) 762-3610 Miami office, for Southern Florida
    (307) 772-2040 Cheyenne office, for Wyoming
    (312) 353-4465 Chicago office, for Illinois
    (313) 568-6042 Detroit office, for Michigan
    (314) 539-2538 St. Louis office, for Missouri
    (317) 226-6202 Indianapolis office, for Indiana
    (319) 364-3280 Cedar Rapids office, for Iowa
    (401) 528-5532 Providence office, for Rhode Island (also 528-5545)
    (402) 697-9154 Omaha office, for Nebraska (extension 627)
    (404) 730-2841 Atlanta office, for Georgia (extension 346)
    (405) 231-4595 Oklahoma City office, for Oklahoma
    (406) 449-3991 Helena office, for Montana
    (407) 855-4418 Orlando office, for Eastern Florida
    (410) 962-7449 Baltimore office, for Maryland
    (412) 395-4463 Pittsburgh office, for Western PA and West VA
    (414) 297-1571 Milwaukee office, for Wisconsin
    (501) 646-4722 Ft. Smith office, for Western Arkansas
    (502) 582-6953 Louisville office, for Kentucky
    (504) 589-4120 New Orleans office, for Louisiana
    (505) 248-7352 Albuquerque, for New Mexico (ext 124)
    (513) 684-2412 Cincinnati office, for Southern Ohio
    (518) 431-0325 Albany office, for Northern New York
    (601) 965-5878 Jackson office, for Mississippi
    (602) 379-3116 Phoenix office, for Arizona
    (603) 625-5276 Manchester office, for New Hampshire
    (612) 313-9040 Bloomington office, for MN, ND and SD
    (617) 565-3100 Boston office, for MA and NH
    (619) 557-6011 San Diego office, for Southern California
    (702) 388-6414 Las Vegas office, for Nevada
    (703) 578-4901 Washington office, for DC and Northern VA
    (704) 672-6938 Charlotte office, for North Carolina
    (757) 858-7502 Norfolk office for Southern Virginia
    (801) 265-0136 Salt Lake City office, for Utah
    (802) 527-3191 St. Albans office, for Vermont
    (803) 727-4422 Charleston office, for South Carolina
    (813) 288-1226 Tampa Bay office, for Central Florida
    (816) 891-8350 Kansas City office, for Kansas
    (860) 240-3346 Hartford office, for Connecticut
    (901) 544-0256 Memphis office, for Tenn. and Eastern Ark. (ext 136)
    (907) 474-1025 Fairbanks office, for Alaska
    (915) 540-1736 El Paso office, for West Texas and Eastern New Mexico
    Here are a few more INS investigative offices, but they will only
    take complaints in writing:
    South Central Florida Northeast Florida
    INS INS
    4360 North Lake Blvd. #107 P.O. BOX 35029
    West Palm Beach, FL 33410 Jacksonville, FL 32302
    Attn: Investigations Attn: Investigations


    Washington State Hawaii
    INS INS
    815 Airport Way South 595 Ala Moana Blvd.
    Seattle, WA 98134 Honolulu, HW 96813
    Attn: Investigations Attn: Investigations
    Give it a try and then, please get back to us to let us know how your call was received and if any action was taken. We will compile this information and report to the Congress on how the INS is handling these complaints.
    Finally, when all else fails, there is one more thing we can do to stop businesses from hiring illegals. We can tell the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) about all suspected illegals that are working, plus their employers.
    The IRS looks harshly on employers that seek to evade taxes by paying cash for illegal dayworkers, a common practive at construction sites, lawn services and some factories.
    The INS fraud/criminal investigations number is 1-800-829-0433 nationwide. USE IT. They can be more effective than the INS in many cases and will do the investigative work.
    And if they uncover illegals, they will contact the INS who is then obligated to come in and make the arrests.
    Once this begins to happen frequently, employers will think twice about using illegals to squeeze out a little more profit for themselves.


    406) 449-3991 Helena office, for Montana
    (407) 855-4418 Orlando office, for Eastern Florida
    (410) 962-7449 Baltimore office, for Maryland
    (412) 395-4463 Pittsburgh office, for Western PA and West VA
    (414) 297-1571 Milwaukee office, for Wisconsin
    (501) 646-4722 Ft. Smith office, for Western Arkansas
    (502) 582-6953 Louisville office, for Kentucky
    (504) 589-4120 New Orleans office, for Louisiana
    (505) 248-7352 Albuquerque, for New Mexico (ext 124)
    (513) 684-2412 Cincinnati office, for Southern Ohio
    (518) 431-0325 Albany office, for Northern New York
    (601) 965-5878 Jackson office, for Mississippi
    (602) 379-3116 Phoenix office, for Arizona
    (603) 625-5276 Manchester office, for New Hampshire
    (612) 313-9040 Bloomington office, for MN, ND and SD
    (617) 565-3100 Boston office, for MA and NH
    (619) 557-6011 San Diego office, for Southern California
    (702) 388-6414 Las Vegas office, for Nevada
    (703) 578-4901 Washington office, for DC and Northern VA
    (704) 672-6938 Charlotte office, for North Carolina
    (757) 858-7502 Norfolk office for Southern Virginia
    (801) 265-0136 Salt Lake City office, for Utah
    (802) 527-3191 St. Albans office, for Vermont
    (803) 727-4422 Charleston office, for South Carolina
    (813) 288-1226 Tampa Bay office, for Central Florida
    (816) 891-8350 Kansas City office, for Kansas
    (860) 240-3346 Hartford office, for Connecticut
    (901) 544-0256 Memphis office, for Tenn. and Eastern Ark. (ext 136)
    (907) 474-1025 Fairbanks office, for Alaska
    (915) 540-1736 El Paso office, for West Texas and Eastern New Mexico
    Here are a few more INS investigative offices, but they will only
    take complaints in writing:
    South Central Florida Northeast Florida
    INS INS
    4360 North Lake Blvd. #107 P.O. BOX 35029
    West Palm Beach, FL 33410 Jacksonville, FL 32302
    Attn: Investigations Attn: Investigations


    Washington State Hawaii
    INS INS
    815 Airport Way South 595 Ala Moana Blvd.
    Seattle, WA 98134 Honolulu, HW 96813
    Attn: Investigations Attn: Investigations
    Give it a try and then, please get back to us to let us know how your call was received and if any action was taken. We will compile this information and report to the Congress on how the INS is handling these complaints.
    Finally, when all else fails, there is one more thing we can do to stop businesses from hiring illegals. We can tell the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) about all suspected illegals that are working, plus their employers.
    The IRS looks harshly on employers that seek to evade taxes by paying cash for illegal dayworkers, a common practive at construction sites, lawn services and some factories.
    The INS fraud/criminal investigations number is 1-800-829-0433 nationwide. USE IT. They can be more effective than the INS in many cases and will do the investigative work.
    And if they uncover illegals, they will contact the INS who is then obligated to come in and make the arrests.
    Once this begins to happen frequently, employers will think twice about using illegals to squeeze out a little more profit for themselves.

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