Fraud by U.S. Department of State Fraud Prevention Investigators
at U.S. Embassies and Consulates, and Forensics Document Laboratory (FDL) Forensics Document Examiners

Both this agency and country-specific experts have uncovered fraud attributable to Department of State Desk Officers in Washington, D.C. and Fraud Prevention Investigators, both employed by and operating out of the U.S. Consulate in Guangzhou, People's Republic of China (PRC), and U.S. Embassies located in Tirana, Albania; Kathmandu, Nepal; Minsk, Belarus; Moscow, Russia; Baku, Azerbaijan; Yaoundé, Cameroon; Lome, Togo; and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Individuals with extensive and intimate knowledge of issuing entity-specific, foreign government issued documents continue to express concern regarding what some dismiss as, either faulty, or sloppy, and others condemn as outright fraudulent, the analysis and unfounded conclusions presented to and accepted as authoritative by Immigration Judges by Fraud Prevention Investigators, their surrogates (ie. Winston Mann, Team Leader, Office of Multilateral and Global Affairs) at the Department of State, and forensics document analysts affiliated with the Virginia based Forensics Document Laboratory (FDL).


 

  1. Albania
    • Arton Cezi (FSN, Investigator) U.S. Embassy, Tirana, Albania
      Fraudulent investigations regarding foreign government issued documents submitted by Albanian nationals petitioning for asylum in the U.S. Fraud targeting U.S. immigration courts intended to facilitate the repatriation of Albanian nationals with otherwise meritorious claims.

     
  2. Cameroon
     
  3. China
    • Suzanna Liu (FSN, Investigator) U.S. Consulate, Guangzhou, P.R.C.
      Fraudulent investigations regarding foreign government issued documents submitted by P.R.C. nationals petitioning for asylum in the U.S. Fraud targeting U.S. immigration courts intended to facilitate the repatriation of P.R.C. nationals with otherwise meritorious claims.
      Reference the matter of Zhen Nan Liu.
       
    • Martin Steiner (member of the anti-fraud unit), U.S. Consulate, Guanzhou, P.R.C.
      Reference the matter of Zhen Nan Liu.


NOTE: This agency has uncovered one instance of fraud involving the FSN investigator assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal.

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