Atlas Exclusive: Diversity and Religious Visas Continue to Increase From Islamic Terror Sponsoring Nations
I have been documenting the increase of outrageous and dangerous “diversity” and “religious” visas. Back in June 2009: DIVERSITY VISA NUMBERS: IMPORTING JIHAD IN THE TENS OF THOUSANDS and April 2009: “Diversity Visas” and “Religious Visas”: Importing Jihad, I reported the advancement of this importation of jihad.
Below I show the employment, diversity, all types of immigrant visas for January 2010. Nigeria and Egypt (Gaza) are among the largest ones.
Obama wasted no time in opening up the visa regulations when he took office last year, beginning with “religious visas.” Before, whoever wanted to enter as a supposed ‘missionary’ needed to demonstrate his/her affiliation with a religious institution for at least two years. Obama changed it to almost no proof at all.
“Missionary” Christians come and go, and priests, pastors, nuns, ministers have used this visa, but their number is so low that it is insignificant. The Jews also use this type of visa, but it is the same as the Christians. The numbers are low, and, as with the Christians, generally those folks use a tourist visa.
It is predominately Muslims who use the “religious visa”. And that number is quite high. Many countries such as Pakistan or territories such as Palestine use this type of visa, because it has been harder for them to get a regular visa (though that is no longer true for the Palestinians). But because most Muslims can’t really provide or do not want to provide the information of a specific mosque they’ve attended or they’ve “preached” at, they complained — and now DOS has granted their wish of waiving the 2-year proof requirement.
Bottom line, this yet another type of visa they are using, and this change helps them enormously.
Another type of visa that is dangerous and is an IV (Immigrant Visa), is what is called a “Diversity” visa — a class of immigrants known as “diversity immigrants.” Diversity Visas (DV) each fiscal year are made available to persons from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States. The annual DV program makes visas available to persons meeting the simple eligibility requirements. A computer-generated, random lottery drawing chooses selectees for diversity visas. The visas are distributed among six geographic regions, with a greater number of visas going to regions with lower rates of immigration.
Just to give you an idea of the impact of these changes on regions rife with jihad, look at the numbers.
And don’t be fooled by Europe’s number — diversity means we are importing Europe’s Pakistanis, Moroccans, Algerians, etc., and we know how well they have integrated into those societies.
New numbers show a dramatic increase. And remember Egypt includes Gaza and Ethiopia includes Somalis …that’s how they hide those numbers.
BOLD AND RED IS MY EMPHASIS
Here are the latest State department numbers ……… this program must END.
UNCLASSIFIED STATE 00127318
VZCZCXRO4234 PP RUEHIK DE RUEHC #7318/01 3452223 ZNR UUUUU ZZH P 112222Z DEC 09 FM SECSTATE WASHDC TO ALL DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR POSTS COLLECTIVE PRIORITY RUEHPNH/NVC PORTSMOUTH PRIORITY 2824 BT UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 03 STATE 127318 VISAS, INFORM CONSULS ELECTRONICALLY E.O. 12958: N/A TAGS: CVIS SUBJECT: IMMIGRANT VISA NUMBERS FOR JANUARY 2010 Ref: Visa Services Bulletin no.16, Vol.IX, Dec. 11, 2009 STATE 00127318 001.2 OF 003 1. All charge- - Ability areas China - Except those mainland - Listed born India Mexico Philippines Family prefs F1 01APR04 01APR04 01APR04 15AUG92 01DEC93 FX 01JAN04 01JAN04 01JAN04 01JAN04 01JAN04 F2A 01JAN06 01JAN06 01JAN06 U 01JAN06 F2B 01DEC01 01DEC01 01DEC01 08JUN92 01JUL98 F3 22MAY01 22MAY01 22MAY01 15SEP92 01DEC91 F4 01OCT99 01OCT99 01OCT99 22NOV95 01MAY87 For January, Family 2A (whether reported under the Family 2A or LB symbol) with priority date earlier than 01JAN04 have been allocated FX numbers. F2A numbers have been allocated for priority dates beginning with 01JAN04 and earlier than 01JAN06, as long as F2A numbers are available for the country of chargeability (i.e., all countries except Mexico). All charge- - Ability areas China - Except those mainland - Listed born India Mexico Philippines Employment prefs E1 C C C C C E2 C 01MAY05 22JAN05 C C E3 01AUG02 01AUG02 22JUN01 01JUL02 01AUG02 EW 01JUN01 01JUN01 01JUN01 01JUN01 01JUN01 E4 C C C C C (E4 includes Special Immigrant classes SD through SL) SR C C C C C C5 C C C C C T5 C C C C C I5 C C C C C R5 C C C C C 2. DIVERSITY (DV-2010) VISA NUMBERS: -------------------------------- For January, immigrant numbers in the DV category are available to qualified DV-2010 applicants chargeable to all regions/eligible countries as listed below: Africa 23,400 Except: Egypt 12,300 . Ethiopia 12,475 . Nigeria 12,900 Asia 9,475 Europe 19,750 North America 4 (Bahamas) Oceania 775 South America, 925 Central America, and the Caribbean Posts are reminded that entitlement to IV status for applicants selected for the DV-2010 program expires as of September 30, 2010. DV visas may not be issued to DV-2010 applicants after that date. Similarly, spouses and children of accompanying or following to join DV-2010 principals are only entitled to derivative DV status until September 30, 2010. 3. VISA AVAILABLILTIY IN THE COMING MONTHS: --------------------------------------- FAMILY-SPONSORED: Cut-off date movement in most categories continues to be greater than might ordinarily be expected. Thistrend is anticipated to continue for at least the next few months because fewer applicants are proceeding with final action on their cases at STATE 00127318 002.2 OF 003 consular posts abroad, and the volume of USCIS adjustment cases remains low. Once large numbers of cases are brought to final action, cut-off date movement will necessarily slow or stop. Moreover, in some categories, cut-off date retrogression is a possibility. Therefore, although it is not possible to say at present when cut-off date movement will slow or possibly retrogress, readers should be aware that the recent rate of cut-off date advances will not continue indefinitely. EMPLOYMENT-BASED: At this time, it is unlikely that there will be any cut-off dates in the Employment First preferences. It also appears unlikely that it will be necessary to establish a cut-off date other than those already in effect for the Second preference category. Cut-off dates apply to the China and India Second preference categories due to heavy demand, and each has the potential to become "unavailable" should demand cause the annual limit for that category to be reached. INA Section 202(a)(5) provides that if total demand will be insufficient to use all available numbers in a particular employment preference category in a calendar quarter, then the unused numbers may be made available without regard to the annual per-country limits. For example, if it is determined that based on the level of demand being received at that time there would be otherwise unused numbers in the Employment Second preference category, then numbers could be provided to oversubscribed countries without regard to per-country limitations. Should that occur, the same cut-off date would be applied to each country, since numbers must be provided strictly in priority date order regardless of chargeability. In this instance, greater number use by one country would indicate a higher rate of demand by applicants from that country with earlier priority dates. Should Section 202(a)(5) be applied, the rate of number use in the Employment preference category would continue to be monitored to determine whether subsequent adjustments are needed in visa availability for oversubscribed countries. This action provides the best possible assurance that all available Employment preference numbers will be used, while still ensuring that numbers remain available for applicants from all other countries that have not yet reached their per- country limit. Based on current indications of demand, the best case scenarios for cut-off dates which will be reached by the end of FY-2010 are as follows: Employment Second: China: July through October 2005 India: February through early March 2005 If Section 202(a)(5)were to apply: China and India: October through December 2005 Employment Third: Worldwide: April through August 2005 China: June through September 2003 India: January through February 2002 Mexico: January through June 2004 Philippines: April through August 2005 Please be advised that the above date ranges are only estimates which are subject to fluctuations in demand during the coming months. The actual future cut-off dates cannot be guaranteed, and it is possible that some annual limits could be reached prior to the end of the fiscal year. 4. QUALIFYING DATE INFORMATION: --------------------------- As posts are aware, the National Visa Center (NVC) is now responsible for the dispatch of all Instruction Packages (Packet 3s). For posts' information, listed below are recent changes to qualifying dates. These dates supersede those included in State ALIMM 104413. WORLDWIDE F1: including: China-mainland born, and India ) is advanced to: 22DEC04 WORLDWIDE F2A: (including: China-mainland born, India, and Philippines) is advanced to: 15NOV06 WORLDWIDE F2B: (including: China-mainland born, and India) STATE 00127318 003.2 OF 003 is advanced to: 08APR03 WORLDWIDE F3 (including: China-mainland born, and India) is advanced to: 01JAN02 WORLDWIDE F4: (including: China-mainland born, and India) is advanced to: 15FEB00 MEXICO F2A: 01MAY04 MEXICO F2B: 08JUL92 MEXICO F4: 15SEP96 PHILIPPINES F1: 01SEP94 PHILIPPINES F2B: 22SEP00 PHILIPPINES F3: 01OCT92 PHILIPPINES F4: 22JUN88 CLINTON BT #7318 NNNN
UNCLASSIFIED STATE 00127318
A year later, big media notices: Today FOX news finally got to the story here:
The State Department is planning to welcome thousands of immigrants from terror-watch list countries into the United States this year through a “diversity visa” lottery — a giant legal loophole some lawmakers say is a “serious national security threat” that has gone unchecked for years.
Ostensibly designed to increase ethnic diversity among immigrants, the program invites in thousands of poorly educated laborers with few job skills — and that’s only the beginning of its problems, according to lawmakers and government investigations.