Former INS Agent: Refugee Screening is to Process People, Not ID Terrorists (VIDEO)

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Source: On tape, former Homeland Security agent describes cursory screening of refugees « Refugee Resettlement Watch

Just discovered by a citizen activist is this May 2016 discussion about the pros and cons of admitting Middle Eastern refugees to the US at McCuistion, a non-profit organization. We learned that The Foundation for Responsible Television has been producing the McCuistion Program for 20 years.

A.J. Irwin, a former Homeland Security agent and expert on terrorism (bio here at wikipedia) describes the screening process that we have been told is so long and so thorough.

“…when we send refugee officers over there to interview people, they have a mission and their mission is not to detect fraud or identify terrorists, it’s to process these people and get ’em into the system….

When they sit down at their desks or their cubicle, the line is as far as they can see. And they have the pressure of processing these people. So they don’t spend a whole lot of time talking to them. They get their basic information, they see if they meet the basic requirements – have a credible fear – what it’s based on. And then they move on to the next person. So this process is very rapid and the mission, again, is more service. It is not enforcement; it’s not detection of fraud or national security.”


It should cue up to Irwin and last a few minutes ( 2:40 to about 4:57 if it doesn’t)


Update: A step in the right direction?

DHS has temporarily halted trips by staff to interview refugees abroad as it prepares for a likely shakeup of refugee policy by President Donald Trump, two sources with knowledge of the decision said on Thursday.

2 thoughts on “Former INS Agent: Refugee Screening is to Process People, Not ID Terrorists (VIDEO)

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