Re: [infoguys-list] Re: Green Card Status/Clarification
- In a message dated 2/3/2005 9:34:04 AM Eastern Standard Time,
What makes you think any INS information is "sold"?
Be careful who claims to know information when they do not. There are only a
few of us that are former INS or Customs with this expertise.
Hi John -- I didn't know you were on this list.
Give 'em Hell!
Bill E. Branscum, Investigator
PO Box 10728
Naples, FL 34101
(239) 304-1640 Fax
Illegitimi non carborundum
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- There are people who have paid INS/ICE sources for information and
have resold it. Period. Of course it's illegal. That's the point.
That's why INS/ICE is looking for any source of leaks in the system.
Personally, as a "novice", I would not assume anything except that a
post asking for an INS source may be not be what it purports to be.
--- In email@example.com, "Head Hunter" <johncarman@e...>
> Marge & Members:
> What makes you think any INS information is "sold"?
> With the correct information and any laws that may be broken by a
> alien or an "undocumented" alien, it can be referred to anyone inICE for
> investigation.careful to
> Anyone who is considered a "novice" or a "civilian" should be
> make "assumptions" or "assume" anything.investigated
> As long as laws are being violated by any "alien", they can be
> by the government or INS/ICE.(probable cause is NOT necessary)before you
> I suggest some of you others study the federal INS/Customs laws
> are quick to make judgements.handled
> I have already made contact with the party involved and it is being
> appropriately.It doesn't appear to be a realistic request. Theattorney does
> NOT appear to have a legitimate reason to make an official request."criminal"
> Most attorney's are allegedly making inquiries for a "civil" or
> case.(Don't trust an attorney! They are the worst offenders)is a
> Anytime somone wants to make an INS inquiry, I make sure that there
> good reason or legitimate "legal" reason to do an investigation.Otherwise,
> I don't do it. (Read the laws. P.I.'s can also investigate anyviolations of
> law as well in this state.)being
> I know for a fact that in my research government officials are NOT
> paid "on the side" as that would be "illegal". Nor do they "re-sell"any
> information. They can go to jail for doing that. You have to knowwhat you
> are doing.are only a
> Be careful who claims to know information when they do not. There
> few of us that are former INS or Customs with this expertise.information which
> I hope this helps.
> John Carman
> Former U.S. Customs & INS(before DHS took over)
> John Carman-Former U.S. Secret Service- U.S. Customs/INS-SDPD
> Director-Carman Investigations & Security Consultant
> California State License P.I. 8686, P.I.C.A. Member
> C.N.O.A. Life Member
> P.O. Box 3811
> La Mesa, Ca. 91944
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