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    Toll Free Number to Report Illegal Aliens and Activities

    DHS, El Paso Sector

    Call The Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement report line at 1-866-347-2423 to report illegal aliens and employers.

    What Is Considered An Illegal Activity Under Immigration Law?
    Here are some examples of the most common violations of United States Immigration laws:

    Examples:
    (This is not a complete list of violations.)
    * filing false statements on applications or petitions
    * making a false claim that you are a United States citizen
    * making, altering or using counterfeit immigration documents
    * making, altering or using counterfeit documents to support immigration applications or petitions
    * failing to report the arrival of illegal aliens
    * assisting or encouraging aliens to come to the United States in violation of the law
    * harboring an illegal alien
    * knowingly employing aliens who do not have permission to work in the United States
    * recruiting or referring for a fee aliens who do not have permission to work in the United States
    * failing to complete and maintain immigration Form I-9 for all new employees, whether citizens or aliens
    * failing to depart the United States when ordered removed (deported)
    * entering or attempting to enter the United States at a time or place which is not authorized
    * attempting to enter the United States by misrepresenting (lying about) material facts
    * entering into a marriage to circumvent the immigration laws
    * entering or attempting to enter the United States without permission after having been removed (deported)
    * assisting an alien to enter the United States for prostitution or other immoral purposes

    Where Can I Find the Law?

    The Immigration and Nationality Act is a law that governs the admission of all people to the United States. For the parts of the law concerning illegal immigration activities, please see INA 212, INA 235, INA 271, INA 272, INA 273, INA 274, INA 274A, INA 274C, INA 275, INA 277, and INA 278.

    How Can I Report Suspected Illegal Alien Activity or a Suspected Illegal Alien?

    Each immigration field office has a specific process for reporting suspected illegal alien activity. You should first decide where the suspected illegal alien activity or illegal alien is located. Our offices have areas of jurisdiction that are generally determined by state boundaries. The three immigration related agencies -- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection -- have web sites where you can find immigration information. They are: uscis.gov, ice.gov, and cbp.gov. All three are accessible from the Department of Homeland Security web site -- dhs.gov.

    How Will My Information Be Used?

    Immigration offices receive hundreds of notifications of suspected illegal alien activity and suspected illegal aliens each year. We use this information in planning our enforcement efforts. We do not provide status on specific reports of illegal activity. Many enforcement actions occur as a result of several sources of information.

    Normally, the person that provides the information will not be contacted after the initial report is filed nor kept informed of any actions by Immigration authorities. The person providing the information is not required to give his/her name or other personal information.

    We greatly appreciate the assistance of the public in identifying possible suspected illegal alien activity and suspected illegal aliens. If you provide information, it will be evaluated and used to help us better enforce our immigration laws.

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    So if there is a restaurant in Miami/Miami Beach that hires Canadians with no papers and I know about it, can I call this number and tell them about it? Or is this not a number for busting Canadian waiters that take home 300 to 400 dollars a night tax free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Downtown
    So if there is a restaurant in Miami/Miami Beach that hires Canadians with no papers and I know about it, can I call this number and tell them about it? Or is this not a number for busting Canadian waiters that take home 300 to 400 dollars a night tax free.
    I didn't see anything about what nationality they prefer to deport. Did I miss something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Downtown
    So if there is a restaurant in Miami/Miami Beach that hires Canadians with no papers and I know about it, can I call this number and tell them about it? Or is this not a number for busting Canadian waiters that take home 300 to 400 dollars a night tax free.
    the IRS may show an interest. They have more teeth than ICE anyhway :rolleyes:

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    Its quite interesting to know about this kind of toll free number where you can file your complaints against anyone. I think its a very nice effort for preventing illegal activities.



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