How to Report Illegal Aliens
There are a number of ways to report illegal aliens and -- if they are working -- their employers.
1. Call Immigration & Customs Enforcement Hotline: 1 -866-347-2423 (or as they call it, 1-866-DHS-2ICE)
2. ReportIllegals.com website offers a way to report online, anonymously, 24/7. They charge a $10 fee (must use a credit card) to defray website expenses. They guarantee they will send your report to the proper authorities. Of course, they cannot guarantee authorities will act.
3. Go to the ICE website -- ice.gov/about/investigations/contact.htm. It lists all Special Agent-in-Charge offices across the country; call the nearest office. And remember to call them if that new H1-B visa holder does not have the education credentials claimed (or needs three months "training" for a job any US new hire would step right into!) -- that's VISA FRAUD.
4. Fraudulent application for "change-of-status" or "immigration benefits"? For example, your employer files an application for a work permit or green card for an illegal-alien employee? Can you find out where the application was sent? Call or write and detail the fraudulent info. For example, an attorney in Connecticut submitted an application, but the applicant works for a lawnmowing crew, not the company which filed an application for a "furniture assembler." Besides, he is not capable of doing the work of custom furniture assembly at a customer's home -- he can't speak English, so how will he understand what the customer wants and where it should go? And he can't read, so how he can understand complicated assembly instructions? I got the address of the Vermont office where the application was submitted, phoned them, and told them the application was a fraud.
5. Is an illegal alien collecting welfare or food stamps for US-born (or identity theft) child? Call your state's Department of Social Services headquarters or local office (does your phone book have "blue pages" for government phone numbers?). Ask for the fraud unit. Report the welfare recipient's new car's license plate number, where the recipient and/or husband works (most claim to be unmarried or "abandoned" by the baby's father, and since the marriage likely took place outside the US, there is no way for state authorities to track unless you report the man living with the welfare recipient), any SSN, other identification, other names being used.
6. Report them to IRS for tax fraud (federal) and your state's income tax authorities. The nearest offices will be listed in your phone book or "blue pages." Also report employers with illegal alien employees to IRS and state income tax offices, Social Security and Worker's Comp. That's tax fraud! If IRS recovers taxes due, the person who reports the fraud can get up to 10% of taxes collected as a reward!
7. WeHireIllegals.com takes reports of suspected employers of illegal aliens. If you work with or have been replaced by an illegal alien, report them here as well as reporting your employer to ICE.
Zero Tolerance for Immigration Law Violators. Report them.