Indian corporation pays record $34 million fine to settle allegations of systemic visa fraud and abuse of immigration processes | ICE

Guess who is backing her?

HARVARD – whose Business School Dean just happens to be an Indian national.

Letter to the Honorable Tracy L. Renaud – Harvard University President

India sure is watching:

Statement from USCIS Acting Director Tracy Renaud on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Court Decision | hi INDiA

Tracy Renaud, Acting Director, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services | USCIS

She also served as a senior adjudications officer within Service Center Operations during which time she was notably responsible for the implementation of the agency’s premium processing program.

Dan and Tracey Renaud should resign or be fired for their gross mismanagement of USCIS.

Dan and Tracey Renaud should resign or be fired for their gross mismanagement of USCIS.

Disgruntled Fed started this petition to U.S. Department of Homeland Security

More than 13,000 USCIS employees have received furlough notices, yet the married couple who oversees the majority of these employees and who have a long history in the gross mismanagement and excessive spending on dead-end IT projects will continue to each receive approximately $200K per year each and take no responsibility for their actions that led the agency to the brink of insolvency. Dan and Tracey Renaud should either resign or be terminated. The ELIS project alone has wasted billions of dollars and is still able to only process a handful of forms after more than 10 years. Dan and Tracey Renaud were both involved in this project and payroll would have been able to have been easily covered had USCIS not been grossly mismanaged under their “leadership.”