Background: Types of Fraud
"... my fiancée indicated that she did not need me any more to get her green card
and boasted that she can get it quicker in other ways. I thought she was joking ...
During this time, my family in Pakistan has been harassed and threatened by her father and brothers. One of her brothers threatened to kidnap my niece.."
California cardiologist; Naturalized U.S. citizen defrauded by Pakistani fiancée
Domestic Violence Green Cards: How a Good Idea Became an Incentive for Fraud
To legally immigrate into the United States, a foreigner must have:
Immigration fraud involves lying about any of these criteria in order to get into the United States -- or legally stay in the United States if already here.
Bypass vetting & get a quick green card by claiming emotional or physical abuse.
“I figured if we clearly documented that Erik was inadmissible to get a green card in the first place, involved in criminal activities, lied on immigration forms, tried to kill me, repeatedly threatened me and committed marriage fraud, the feds would have to do something. I was wrong."
U.S. citizen attacked and defrauded by Dutch husband; New Jersey resident and former journalist
Quick & Common Path to a Green Card: Marry an American
Even Faster: Claim Abuse--Any Type
Elena Maria Lopez, a former political journalist and financial writer, started this site after finding herself in a violent "green-card marriage." Desperate to find good information on the immigration process and marriage fraud, she set up the site to fill a void.
While many of the initial people contacting Lopez were victims, she soon had high-ranking members of congress, the Department of Homeland Security, the F.B.I., think tanks, attorneys and journalists contacting her for data, research and national security trends.
Exposing government incompetence
& lax homeland security
Laws & regulations
Data & research
July 21, 2017 - Please be patient! I'm "rebooting" this site and have been adding new content daily! Please check back in the days ahead!
The U Visa: How a Temporary Visa Morphed into Legal Amnesty and U.S. Citizenship
Pretend to be a crime victim -- any crime.