Passport fraud is becoming more and more of an issue in the United States. The US Department of State is committed to making the US Passports the most secure passport in the world. The Department of State adheres to strict guidelines when it comes the the US passport process.
A man residing in Connecticut, originally from the Dominican Republic was recently sentenced to over 1 year in prison after making a false application for a US Passport. The man, Luis Ramon Francisco, a Dominican citizen used the identity of another individual when he applied for a US Passport at a US Post Office in Hartford, Connecticut.
Making a false passport application is a serious offense and presents a potential breach of US National Security. When it comes to passport fraud, there are several agencies that are committed to enforcing passport laws and procedures. The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Office of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, Fraud Detection, National Security, the US Department of State and the Bureau of Diplomatic Security are all committed to keeping the passport application and passport issuance processes as secure as possible
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