Group helps illegal aliens get tax refunds, even those with bogus SS#s

Discussion in 'Immigration/Illegal Immigration' started by chanel, Nov 21, 2010.

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    Here's an idea. How about attaching a BILL for public services and education to their "refund"? What about a goodbye card?

    WE ARE PAYING GOVERNMENT WORKERS TO RESEARCH THESE CLAIMS! :evil:
     
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    Not only that, but the SCOTUS deemed it NOT a crime when using bogus SS numbers!! Claims that the person using these numbers did not know they were bogus - suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuure!!!
     
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    Granny says, "Now dey gonna be in trouble with the Feds...
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    Two Prisoners Responsible for $1.1 Billion in Fraudulent Tax Refunds, Report Finds
    January 18, 2013 – The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) prevented $2.1 billion in fraudulent tax refunds filed by prisoners in 2012, largely thanks to stopping two inmates from attempting to collect $1.1 billion from Uncle Sam.
     
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    There are workable solutions to these problems, but each side has an interest in continuing to stoke the fires of partisan hostility. AFTER securing the border and developing tamper-proof ID cards, we should allow those without criminal records to remain in the U.S., provided that they are self-supporting and pay taxes (without benefits) for ten years. After that, they should be afforded the same opportunity for citizenship as any other residents.
     

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