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United States Department of Homeland Security

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The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is a federal agency comprised of three main organizations responsible for immigration policies, procedures, implementation and enforcement of United States laws, and more.

These DHS organizations include United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Together they provide the basic governmental framework for regulating the flow of visitors, workers and immigrants to the United States.

USCIS is responsible for the approval of all immigrant and nonimmigrant petitions, the authorization of permission to work in the U.S., the issuance of extensions of stay, change or adjustment of an applicant's status while the applicant is in the U.S, and more.

CBP is responsible for admission of all travelers seeking entry into the United States and determining the length of authorized stay if the traveler is admitted. Once in the United States the traveler falls under the jurisdiction of DHS.

Biden regime

See also: Russia-Ukraine war

On February 24, 2022 President Vladimir Putin of Russia announced Operation Denazification to clean out the fascist battalions which have waged war on the civilians of the Donbas Republics since 2014, killing at least 13,000.[1] Politico reported, "The day after Russia launched its full-scale invasion, the Azov Regiment invited foreigners to join, Rita Katz of SITE Intelligence Group has detailed. Since then, neo-Nazis around the world have expressed enthusiasm for the fight."[2]

The Biden DHS warned Ukraine was actively recruiting foreign Nazis to fight against Putin's special denazification operation.
On March 7, 2022 DHS issued an intelligence bulletin warning that 3,000 Americans mercenaries sign up with to fight Ukraine. Th bulletin noted
"Ukrainian nationalist groups including the Azov movement are actively recruiting racially or ethnically motivated violent extremist-white supremacists (RMVE-WS) to join various neo-Nazi battalions in the war against Russia."[3]


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