April 06, 2016

Ex-Citizenship and Immigration staffer on Liberals' “comprehensive plan to redefine what it means to be Canadian”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander
 

My guest Candice Malcolm is now a columnist for the Toronto Sun, but she once worked for Immigration and Citizenship Canada, so her insights into the Liberals' overhaul of the immigration system are particularly valuable.

She lists the many changes Trudeau's Liberals' are making to citizenship requirements, saying that it is all part of an effort to "redefine what it means to be Canadian."

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commented 2016-04-07 14:02:31 -0400
Funny thing, with the present influx of “refugees” we are seeing a lot of Muslims who, according to their religion, cannot be touched by a male (ifs you are female) or with the left hand of another person.
How the hell do the medical practitioners perform their duties?
At Tim Horton’s, McDonald’s, grocery stores selling pork we see more and more niqab wearing women than before. Funny how it is convenient for them to be able to work under these conditions.
commented 2016-04-06 21:11:33 -0400
Connie Graville , that is one "Eire " personal document by David Richardson! —-immigration officer —retired
commented 2016-04-06 20:19:45 -0400
Selfie Boy must have seen that clip of Barry saying, “We are just days away from from fundamentally changing the United States”.

That must be his inspiration to do the same to Canada.

You better believe it…Canada’s Liberal Arrogance is Back!
commented 2016-04-06 18:05:12 -0400
Why not just citizenship’s by mail. Of course with not background checks, that might be racist…
commented 2016-04-06 17:30:40 -0400
Following in Europe’s footsteps as quickly as treasonously possible.
commented 2016-04-06 16:20:11 -0400
Connie thanks for posting this report. Unfortunately Enlightened Conservatives knew this was happening but we were called racists and other such names. The Canada we once knew is gone We no longer teach our history we no longer teach our culture and with this liberal government we no longer have hope.
commented 2016-04-06 15:09:51 -0400
Borderless Canada.

President Trump will bring Canada into line – or Trudeau might have another skiing accident.
commented 2016-04-06 14:14:57 -0400
Canadians need to read this……Very disturbing on refugees admitted into Canada.

CANADIAN IMMIGRATION OFFICER CITES REFUGEE FRAUD IN CANADA
-—Original Message——-
From: saneimm@telus.net [mailto:saneimmigration@telus.net]
Sent: Tuesday, April 05, 2016 4:32 PM
To: saneimmigration@telus.net
Subject: Immigration Officer Cites Refugee Fraud
Attention Immigration Reformer (3a) :
For your information, we are sending you our latest bulletin : "Senior Immigration Officer Cites Fraud and Incompetence in Refugee System–Part 1 "
Respectfully,
Daniel Murray
www.ImmigrationWatchCanada.org
Senior Immigration Officer Cites Fraud and Incompetence in Refugee System–Part 1

ByDAVID RICHARDSON, RETIRED IMMIGRATION

I began my work for Canada’s Department of Immigration as a Senior Immigration Examining Officer (SIEO) at the Fort Erie Point of Entry (POE) at the Peace Bridge.

After some initial problems, I was elected to act as their Union Rep. About eight months later, I was elected to be the Immigration Rep in Southern Ontario for the Canadian Employment and Immigration Union, Ontario Council, where I then became the president of that council.

Management sent me to get the training I needed for the job : two weeks in Vancouver for SIEO training, and 3 weeks in Regina at the RCMP Depot for Use of Force Training. I felt satisfied that I was able to do the job. However, that job was not exactly what I thought it would be.

Fort Erie, Ontario is opposite Buffalo, New York. The Peace Bridge joins the two cities. In the 1990’s, Fort Erie processed 4000 to 5000 refugee claims a year. The process was convoluted and resulted in a major industry being developed on both sides of the border to handle it. Churches, refugee holding facilities, immigration consultants, lawyers, NGO’s, and translators were all part of the process. The Immigration Officer was responsible for the identification and documentation of the claimants. The resulting forms and documents and schedules provided to the claimant included healthcare and welfare and transportation to Toronto where their refugee claim would be finalized.

The process at the border could take three to four hours as many claimants came as families. There were two Officers working with translators working two claims a shift, days and evenings. The process as a whole, from claim to determination of status could take up to three years or more. And if an individual was found not to be eligible for refugee status, they would be sent back to Buffalo, where after three months, they could start all over again !! This sounds hard to believe, but it was a fact.

The Port of Entry Process

The refugee claimant would arrive from Buffalo, New York via specialized Taxi service paid by Canada. Information about name, the country of origin and language preference would be recorded so that a translator could be booked and an appointment made for the client to formally make their claim. They would then be returned to Buffalo, to await their appointment.

This was the process in 1995—-before an agreement was made with the U.S. which resulted in non-American claimants being ineligible to make claims in Canada if they were in the U.S.

When the claimant arrived for their appointment, they were photographed and fingerprinted and brought to an interview room where the translator was present and the interview would commence. We had a form made up to get the required information to begin the claim. Readers may be shocked to read the following :

The information from all applicants was almost always exactly the same, no matter where the applicants came from. Obviously, they had received coaching in how to lie at the holding center in Buffalo. From the very beginning, fraud and lies like the following prevailed :

(1) Almost all claimants said they had flown into New York City in the company of an agent, who for a fee of $10,000 to $15,000 a person, would bring them through US Immigration. The Agent would then take their passports and return to the country of origin. On arrival in New York, the vast majority (95%) of applicants / claimants had no documents to prove that they were really from the country they claimed to be from.

(2) They would take a bus to Buffalo to the Church that housed and prepared them to make their claim. (Obviously they had duped the Churches into accepting their lies / stories.)

(3) All claimed they were being persecuted for clan membership or religious affiliation or abuse of some nature. We soon learned that we couldn’t believe a word they said. (As a side note, photographs and fingerprints were not the norm for a long period of time, but were introduced because it was found that claimants would make a claim in Fort Erie with one group of children, return to the US and return with a whole new family and make another claim in Niagara Falls. This enabled them to collect much more in welfare payments when they got to Canada.)

(4) Another interesting thing was that the interpreters would tell us that the claimant was lying to us, but we could do nothing about it as it was the refugee board’s job to determine veracity of claims.

(5) We would fill out the forms with the names that they gave us, print out the claim form, give them forms to get medicals, and eligibility for welfare and childcare. Then up the road they went.

(6) The fraud we saw was extremely shameless very early in many cases. For example, Pakistanis, who had succeeded in getting refugee status in the US, were coming to Canada to make a refugee claim here in order to get extra welfare cash from Canada. They found it harder to commit this fraud in the US because the US requires fingerprints on ID cards and the US has card readers that scan information. We tried to get one of these readers at the Fort Erie Port of Entry, but our Immigration Department refused.

(7) The really disturbing thing is that these claimants are not the pathetic cases you see on TV. These people can afford to pay a great deal of money to get here, and were most likely the upper middle class in their country. In other words, they were economic migrants and it disturbed the translators to no end that these people were getting away with so much fraud from the very start.
commented 2016-04-06 13:47:05 -0400
I see no plan at all, rather an ideology running amok on the decent, taxpaying, real citizens of Canada.