Reporting Illegal Aliens—2009 Update



Here we are over seven years after 9/11, and



immigration law enforcement

in the United States and the



deportation

of illegal aliens and criminal alien residents is the
same as it ever was: woefully inadequate, out-
manned,
out-
gunned,
out-
foxed,
out-lawyered,
out-lobbied and practically a non-existent factor in
daily American life.


So is America now entering the dark ages of immigration
law enforcement?


Let`s read the tea leaves of recent events:




  • The federal immigration officers of the United
    States during the



    Bush II

    and Obama administrations have been prevented from
    removing the new President of the United States`



    illegal alien

    Auntie, despite her final order of removal. But wait
    . . .



    this just in
    ,
    her case has apparently been reopened before the U.S
    Department of Justice`s most alien-friendly EOIR
    Immigration Court system so she can have another
    shot at winning some form of relief from removal.
    And on April Fools Day, the court allowed her to
    stay another
    year
    . [
    Obama`s
    aunt can stay in U.S. another year
    ,
    By Jessica Fargen,
    Boston Herald,
    April 1, 2009]. As I`ve



    written before

    [as documented in VDARE`s



    Juan Mann Archive

    and on



    DeportAliens.com
    ],
    litigation in the federal immigration bureaucracy is
    never over until the



    alien wins
    .





  • The



    federal circuit courts of appeal

    across the country, assisted by a swarming
    locust-like plague of



    immigration lawyers,

    continue their intellectually revolting hacking away
    at the poor old de-fanged Immigration and
    Nationality Act passed fair and square by Congress,
    all while Congress cowers in the corner, squandering
    their



    clear authority

    over the making of our nation`s immigration laws.
    Some blankety-blank



    plenary power

    that turned out to be!






  • The Orwellian DHS`



    three-headed

    immigration agency monster CBP/ICE/CIS is as
    structurally hog-tied, public relations-driven,
    managerially decadent, and unsuited to responding to
    the immigration law-enforcement wishes of the
    American people as ever. Rest assured that the new
    pants-wearing DHS Secretary in charge of the entire
    tangle of federal immigration fiefdoms—the



    unashamedly



    open-borders former

    governor of Arizona



    now holding the post in lieu of a qualified federal
    law-enforcement official
    —will
    make short work of keeping the steady flow of
    illegal aliens into the United States coming no
    matter what.


So after all we have been through during twenty years of
Bush-Clinton-Bush administrations, and now this, in the
face of the continuing same-as-it-ever-was
non-enforcement of our immigration laws, what is a



patriotic American

to do in 2009?


For what it`s worth, I still say:
keep



reporting

those illegal aliens and criminal alien residents!


But how?


In the continuing saga of



reporting aliens
,,
the



reporting illegals

link on Glenn Spencer`s invaluable



American Patrol.com

and the


frequently-asked questions

links on


VDARE.com

and the are still probably the best how-to sources for
blowing the whistle on an uninvited guest workers and
other assorted disagreeable illegal alien and criminal
alien resident immigration law-breakers.


Again, post this information in a handy place for easy
access:




  • FOR THE BEST WAY TO REPORT AN ILLEGAL ALIEN OR
    CRIMINAL ALIEN RESIDENT contact the Immigration and
    Customs Enforcement



    (ICE)

    division of the




    Department of Homeland Security

    by calling (866) DHS-2ICE to "report suspicious
    activity" (866) 347-2423, as listed on the




    ICE web site
    .




  • You also can try calling the




    Customs and Border Protection

    (CBP) number to “report suspicious activity” at
    (800) BE—ALERT, also known as (800) 232-5378.





  • You can make a report with the DHS/ICE




    Office of Investigations

    division in a city near you through the telephone
    numbers listed for Special Agent-in-Charge (SAC)
    Offices, and their subordinate field offices called
    Resident Agent-in-Charge (RAC) and Resident Agent
    Offices (RAOs).





  • You can try making a report with one of the local
    DHS/ICE



    Detention and Removal


    offices listed for various field office directors (FODs)
    nationwide.






  • You can also try calling the good `ol




    U.S. Border Patrol

    through a list of nearby




    Border Patrol Sectors
    —if
    you`re so fortunate as to




    have one

    close by. If not, ringing up the DHS/ICE, either the



    Detention and Removal


    or



    Investigations


    divisions, no matter how seemingly futile, is the
    only other way.


Again, PLEASE DON`T E-MAIL VDARE.COM WITH SPECIFIC
REPORTS!!


We have no special powers over these matters…yet!

Needless to say, calling ICE to "report suspicious
activity"
at (866) 347-2423
or the CBP at (800)
232-5378
provides no guarantee that anything is
going to be done with the information. But no one will
ever accuse you of not trying to make a difference.


And if feckless government fails to respond, the problem
is now theirs.


They`ll be held accountable in due time.

Juan Mann [email
him] is an attorney and the proprietor of


DeportAliens.com
.