NYT Says DHS allegations are idled for years; security issues raised

A naturalization ceremony at Ellis Island last year. Investigators at United States Citizenship and Immigration Services say that possible corruption among contract workers is going unexamined and puts the immigration system at risk. Credit John Moore/Getty Images

The New York Times is reporting that:

“Dozens of cases of possible wrongdoing by contract workers at the Department of Homeland Security agency responsible for citizenship, visas and green cards have sat idle for two years because internal investigators say they have been denied the authority to look into the allegations, interviews and documents show.”

The story says that investigators at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services allege they have repeatedly warned top managers of the problem among contractors that “could put the immigration system at risk.”

Read the truly alarming story here:
Claims of Corrupt Immigration Contractors Go Unexamined, Investigators Say