THERE ARE ONLY EIGHT (8) STATES LARGER THAN LOS ANGELES COUNTY, WHERE HALF THE JOBS ARE HELD BY ILLEGALS USING STOLEN SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS.
THIS SAME COUNTY PUTS OUT $600 MILLION IN WELFARE TO ILLEGALS. NOT ONE LEGAL VOTED TO BE MEXICO'S "FREE" ANCHOR BABY BIRTHING CENTER = 18 YEARS OF WEFLARE!
LA RAZA DEM GOV JERRY BROWN JUST SIGNED A LAW MAKING IT !!! ILLEGAL !!! FOR EMPLOYERS TO USE E-VERIFY!
OBAMA HAS SUED STATES ON BEHALF OF LA RAZA TO STOP E-VERIFY WHICH WOULD TOSS MILLIONS OF ILLEGALS OUT OF OUR JOBS!
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced Wednesday that it had cracked the largest fraud case in the agency’s history, leading to the arrest of 50 individuals on charges of conspiracy to commit identification fraud in connection with their alleged roles in selling the identities of Puerto Rican U.S. citizens to illegal aliens. (ICE Press Release, Jan. 11, 2012)
Those accused of operating the ring allegedly sold hundreds of birth certificates, Social Security Numbers, and driver’s licenses ranging in price from $700 to $2,500 per set. (Fox News Latino, Jan. 12, 2012) According to ICE, conspirators in 15 states and Puerto Rico operated the ring from April 2009 to December 2011. (ICE Press Release, Jan. 11, 2012)
“The conspiracy alleged to be perpetrated by those charged undermines the integrity of our national immigration system. We will continue working with our federal partners to protect our homeland from criminals who have no regard for our nation's safety and security,” said ICE Director, John Morton, of the charges. (Id.)
Illegal aliens frequently target Puerto Ricans for ID theft due to their U.S. citizenship and Hispanic surnames. (NPR, Jan. 11, 2012) In 2010, the Associated Press reported that thousands of Puerto Ricans had become victims of identity fraud in part because the government had not secured their birth certificates. (Id.) That summer, the Puerto Rican government began voiding old birth certificates and issuing new ones with security features to cut down on theft and fraud cases. (Id.)
A federal jury indicted the 50 alleged conspirators on Dec. 29, 2011. (ICE Press Release, Jan. 11, 2012) If convicted, they face up to 15-years in prison and a $250,000 fine. (Id.)