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Transcript of Disgruntled
FPU Springs into Action
According to the applicants, the
Federacion Colombiana Motonautica will pay for their trip
FPU calls and the President of the organization confirms the story
The Snitch Gets Mad
Not the first Colombian to claim asylum in Canada (or want to)
They were really headed to
Drayton Valley, Alberta
Said they were going to visit a relative in Miami
Mother and son going to the United States for tourism.
The Relative in Miami
The Scoop from Canada
Canadian Embassy says the
relative in Canada
was also the source of another asylum claim - a family of 4 related to both the U.S. contact of our applicants and the Canadian
The Real Story
FPU receives a tip ...
The family will move to the U.S. to work, then ...
Claim asylum in Canada, where a relative is already living
Son at university and
Mom runs a business
Turns out the President of the FCM lied to the Embassy for the family.
Case closed - NO FRAUD.
The snitch provides recordings of conversations and whatsapp logs to prove the statements made in the original poison pen are true
The snitch is upset the visas are issued, so ... (Case re-opened ...)
They really did plan to claim asylum in Canada with the cousin who is married to a Canadian citizen.
The asylum story was going to be that the FARC was extorting them and they had not other option but to work in the U.S.
relative in Canada
The name of the contact person in Miami received a B1/B2 visa in 1997 (along with his mom and dad)
The U.S. contact arrived in 1997 when he was 16 years old, two months after his parents arrived in the States.
In 2007, the U.S. contact naturalized as a U.S. citizen, then petitioned his parents in 2008. They were living in Chicago at the time; now they live in W Palm Beach.
Poison pens and
can provide valuable information for visa adjudications.
Not all poison pens pan out.
This mother-son group is going to have to wait a long time for a visa - either U.S. or Canadian.
(Note: the snitch continues
to call FPU
Case Closed - FRAUD CONFIRMED.
The mother (subject of snitch letter) appears to be related to the Dad of the U.S. contact