Wednesday, November 6, 2013

AZMEX I3 4-11-13

AZMEX I3 4 NOV 2013

Note: As observed here often, the Chinese IAs keep a very low profile once they get here. Could easily develop into a serious national security situation.

Chinese Illegal Immigrants Account for Most Border Traffic
Posted: Oct 31, 2013 4:00 PM by Andrew Ellison -
Updated: Oct 31, 2013 6:58 PM

FALFURRIAS - As we've reported, the members of the prostitution ring in Rockport were Chinese immigrants, and you may be surprised to know that Chinese immigrants are actually more common in South Texas than you might think.

In the past few months, we've done a couple special reports with the Texas Border Volunteers, a group of everyday citizens helping the Border Patrol monitor the border.

In our time covering them, we were surprised to find out that most immigrants they find aren't Hispanic. In fact, the most common group is Chinese.

To give you an idea of just how many Chinese come through Brooks County, we'll reference the distress beacons you find in the ranch lands surrounding the Falfurrias checkpoint.

The help message on those beacons is in English, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese.

Border volunteer Mick Vickers has known for a long time that Hispanic immigrants are not the most common group that comes across the border.
"The Chinese, I'd say, are the top of the list," Vickers says.
"A few years back, we had a coyote leading a group of 33 individuals," he added.

The Border Volunteers try to help the illegal immigrants they find if they can, before contacting the Border Patrol.

Vickers says the prostitution ring in Rockport doesn't surprise him.

"We know they have to pay a fee to be brought through here illegally. 40 to 50 thousand dollars. They have to pay that fee somehow, and there's no question in my mind they're probably indentured servants for a long period of time," he says.

According to a recent study by the State Legislature, human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the nation.

An estimated 20,000 people fall into the hands of human traffickers every year.


Note: local visa fraud against those trying to come here legally.

Visas Fraud in Huatabampo, Son

Details Category: REGION MAYO
Posted on Monday, November 4, 2013 22:14
Written by Ma Guadalupe Palacios Vázquez
The affected betrayed by Hiram Edgar Anahi Navarro and Alondra Valencia

Under false offering work visas in the United States of America , through the National Association migrant support A. C. , were defrauded Huatabampo Township neighbors .

The affected communities are in Bachantahui , the Júpare , Huichaca , the Paredón , which already lodged their complaint with the public prosecutor in the city of Huatabampo and so far have not received a response.

Porfirio Rodriguez Rivera , one of the victims said that a woman and a man came to the town advertised through local radio and posters, as managers of the National Association of BC Migrant Support and identified as Hiram Edgar G. Navarro residing in Ciudad Obregon and Anahí Alondra Valencia in Mexicali , which asked them sums ranging from 10000-16000 pesos per person under the provision of the necessary process to bring them to work legally in the American Union , however , after management within the course , these people have not been presented.

Those affected report that gave cards with the label , " National Association of Migrant Support AC ", then your course names and telephone respectively Salvador Augusto Perez Saucedo being the representative of the association in Mexico .

Rivera Rodriguez mentioned that the last call they had with these people , he said they would be denounced but not arrested by any authority.

unofficially became known that Hiram Edgar G. Navarro and Anahí Alondra Valencia, were detained by the Public Ministry and released for alleged lack of evidence while there are several complaints against these people.


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