Attorney LEE, JAE WOOK'S OFFICE [ LICENSED TO PRACTICE IN KOREA, U.S.A., ILLINOIS ]
[개인과 기업을 위한 모든 법률문제를 서비스합니다.]
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Fraud prevention is a key element of border security
a) that requires active, organized efforts
i) within the Department,
ii) at domestic issuing offices, and
iii) at all posts abroad.
It is a partnership
i) the Bureaus of Consular Affairs (CA),
ii) Diplomatic Security (DS), and
iii) other agency partners
A) at our offices worldwide.
a) 7 FAH1 H920 f
i) or information on consular fraud and
b) 7 FAH1 H930
i) for guidelines on organizing fraud prevention efforts.
7 FAH1 H940 includes important information
a) on managing a Fraud Prevention Unit overseas.
9 FAM 601.102
VISA PROCESSING AND FRAUD CONCERNS
You must be aware of the potential
a) for fraud
b) in all aspects of visa processing.
a) commit identity fraud,
b) claim relations
i) that don't exist or
c) misrepresent their qualifications
i) in order to receive a visa
A) for which they are not qualified.
The CA/FPP home page
a) on CAWeb
1) provides a thorough discussion of
a) the different aspects
i) IV and
A) fraud as well as
b) the potential
i) for fraud
ii) in the context of specific categories of visas.
a) review all of this information and
b) pay particular attention
i) to those categories
A) that are predominant at your post.
9 FAM 601.103
PRIORITIES AND RESOURCES IN COMBATING VISA FRAUD
See 7 FAH1 H941 paragraph c
a) for how to prioritize your fraud casework.
the CA/FPP home page
a) on CAWeb
1) has extensive links
a) to useful references and resources
i) supporting a robust fraud prevention program.
All consular officers and fraud prevention managers should
a) be familiar with
i) its content and
ii) organization and
b) refer to it
i) regularly to check on new postings and developments.
a) the Fraud Prevention Operational Tool Kit,
b) Intelligence Alerts,
c) Fraud Digest,
d) SelfInstructional Guides, and
e) many other valuable tools
i) for managing an effective fraud program.
See also 7 FAH1 H942.2
a) on requesting resources
i) for fraud prevention activities.
a. Posts should keep in mind that
a) consular officers
a) do not have the authority to make determinations
A) regarding retention or loss
I) of lawful resident status and
ii) cannot require any alien
A) to relinquish lawful resident documentation.
On the other hand,
there are no regulations
a) that state
i) that a fraudulent document cannot be retained
ii) if presented to a consular officer
A) for verification or other action.
See also 9 FAM 202.23.
b. In cases
a) where a post is in a position
i) to verify the legitimacy
A) of a particular DHS document,
1) posts should follow these instructions:
(1) If post is certain
i) that the document is fraudulent
I) a counterfeit or
II) a genuine document,
(a) which has been altered to allow its use by an impostor),
1) posts are authorized to retain the documents
A) for inclusion
I) in the case file or
B) for specific disposition
I) as required
(see also 9 FAM 202.23);
(2) If, on the other hand, a post is only doubtful
i) as to the veracity of a document,
1) then the post should return the questionable document
A) to the bearer.
If the alien is traveling,
1) the post should notify the carrier (if known)
A) that the document may be fraudulent.
The carrier should be informed that
I) the document is in fact counterfeit or altered and
II) the carrier has decided to risk transporting the alien,
B) the carrier may be subject to DHS fines.
In all cases,
post should scan and email a copy of the document
A) to the Office of Fraud Prevention Programs (CA/FPP).
See also 9 FAM 202.23.