How Illegal Aliens Scam Their Way into U.S. Via Fake Asylum Requests


At the Otay Mesa port of entry in San Diego, California illegal immigrants falsely claimed “credible fear ” to be allowed to receive asylum in the United States.  These illegals were coached to make the claim by the National Immigrant Youth Alliance (NIYA) and even thoughCustoms and Border Protection (CBP) know about the scam, they have to allow illegal aliens to stay, anyway.

CBP Documents released to Judicial Watch via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request exposing both the scam and knowledge of the scam by the people charged with enforcing the border (documents embedded below).

In the middle of 2014, NIYA executed this scam to bring 250 illegal aliens into the U.S. They coached the illegals to falsely claim that they had a “credible fear” of returning to their native country. Foreigners can claim asylum under five categories, based on fear of persecution over race, religion, nationality, political opinions or membership in a specific social group.

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