DHS Insider Exposes Dangerous Loophole In USCIS Immigration Policy

Project Veritas released a new video today featuring an interview with current U.S. Department of Homeland Security [DHS] insider Aaron Stevenson, who serves as an Intelligence Research Specialist for the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services [USCIS]. Stevenson decided to go public with information about a “reasonable fear” loophole that exists in the federal immigration policy, which could allow dangerous migrants to stay in the United States under false pretenses.

DHS Insider Who Exposed ‘Reasonable Fear’ Migrant Asylum Loophole GOES PUBLIC!

An email sent out by the Director of USCIS, which notified us about a rule change coming forward, is going to shift the adjudicative authority of defensive asylum away from immigration judges and giving it to asylum officers, which is a USCIS loophole, Stevenson said. If the asylum officers get this ability, I will say it’s going to be a rubber stamp of immediately getting ‘credible fear’ or ‘reasonable fear’ to be able to stay in the country if they’re going to be deported, also their path to citizenship.

USCIS office if the director letter. Image credit, Project Veritas.
USCIS office if the director letter. Image credit, Project Veritas.

Stevenson explained why he is so concerned with this latest federal government policy. He said that USCIS asylum officers are far less accountable to the American people than immigration judges. This new policy leaves very little accountability to the public when this kind of operation exists. And when you couple that with giving the adjudicative authority away from an immigration judge to an asylum officer, you are removing any type of public pressure that they could apply on USCIS loophole policies that they’re creating. This is going to be the biggest change to immigration policy in my lifetime. It’s being done without anybody knowing what’s going on about it and there’s been no coverage for the American people to know what’s going on, Stevenson said.

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