This site is being “rebooted” and is under construction!
I started ImmigrationFraud.com in 2003 after noticing the vacuum of information out there regarding immigration marriage fraud. I was hoping to provide a site for laypeople, journalists, policymakers and victims on the issue.
Although Fox News, USA Today, the Star-Ledger and some international publications reported on the issue, very few people reached out to me beyond the actual victims themselves. As a marriage fraud victim, myself, I found the sheer volume of desperate people contacting me overwhelming. As a result, I took the site down.
Now in light of the recent focus on terrorists using marriage fraud and the lax vetting of foreigners on the K-1 fiancé(e) visa, I’ve decided to relaunch the site.
Please check back in the weeks to come for changes and additional information on the site.