Email Reveals OT Push at USCIS to Register Voters?

An email from a Immigration Services office mail reveals an OT push at USCIS to register voters? That is what the House Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs believes. Also of concern is what does this do to the vetting processes and how does it benefit terrorists trying to enter the United States.

As Written By Malia Zimmerman for Fox News:

An internal Obama administration email shows immigration officials are literally working overtime to swear in as many new citizens as possible before the Nov. 8 presidential election, a powerful lawmaker charged Thursday.

The email, from a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services field office chief and part of a chain of correspondence within the agency, urges the unnamed recipient to swear in as many citizens as possible “due to the election year.”

“The Field Office due to the election year needs to process as many of their N-400 cases as possible between now and FY 2016,” reads the email, which was disclosed to by Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., who chairs the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.

“If you have cases in this category or other pending, you are encouraged to take advantage of the OT if you can,” the email continues. “This will be an opportunity to move your pending naturalization cases. If you have not volunteered for OT, please consider and let me know if you are interested.”

Parts of the email were redacted before it was disclosed to, but it was sent by the branch chief of the Houston Field Office District 17. It was not clear to whom it was addressed.

“I couldn’t have said it better!” reads the July 21 note introducing the …

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