(CNSNEWS.COM) The union representing 12,000 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) adjudications officers and staff said today its members "are being pressured to rubber stamp applications" of illegal aliens and discouraged from conducting "proper investigations into red flags."
What's more, Obama administration policies have, in some cases, resulted in approval of more than 99 percent of illegal alien applications for legal status, National Citizenship and Immigration Services Council Pres. Kenneth Palinkas said.
"USCIS officers are pressured to approve visa applications for many individuals ICE agents have determined should be placed into deportation proceedings," Palinkas said in a USCIS statement joining forces with the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Council in opposition to the immigration bill S. 744.
Advertisement - story continues below