This is unbelievable! 

 “If the green cards get into the wrong hands, it may help people who crossed the border illegally stay in the U.S.” – Inspector General John Roth

Over the past 3 years 200,000 green cards were sent to the wrong addresses. The green cards in the wrong hands can obviously help someone who’s trying to come to America illegally. The inspector general found this HUGE mistake! Why in the world was the number so high and why was this not addressed before now? Was this on purpose in some way to help illegals stay in America?

WESLACO –Thousands of green cards were sent to the wrong addresses in the past three years, according to a report released by the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General.

The report showed 19,000 green cards were sent with the incorrect information.

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They also discovered 200,000 cards were delivered to the wrong person.

OIG claimed the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ electronic immigration system is at fault. They made a number of reports in March and November making recommendations to fix the issues.

The first report discovered hundreds of green cards were sent to the wrong addresses. But it also showed USCIS worked to correct the issues with their system.

Inspector General John Roth said it may not be enough. He explained if the green cards get into the wrong hands, it may help people who crossed the border illegally stay in the U.S.

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