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Has the IRS Been Trying to 'Legalize' Illegal Aliens ?

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posted on Jul, 12 2013 @ 11:40 AM
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They may have indeed.

Their 'policy' of Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) was apparently 'placed in service' without any real or direct authorizing legislation.

Those tax ID numbers have been issued to illegal aliens without question since 1996.

Lots of loopholes have enabled many 'illegals' to collect tax refunds (especially the Child Credits) without actually paying into the system, and opened the floodgates for fraud and corruption including SS Number and W-2 fraud running wild.

The linked article is long but very informative about how the IRS policies concerning illegal aliens have somehow become the 'law', and how they we able to conceal the information because of their 'privacy' policies.

In issuing this regulation, the IRS said Section 6103 of the Internal Revenue Code would apply to the aliens it granted these ITINs. Section 6103 says the IRS must keep tax information confidential and, with a few exceptions, may not share that information with other government agencies.



The Inspector general has issued multiple reports and warnings.

This all goes back to the "Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigration Responsibility Act" in 1996.


By giving illegal aliens a tax identification number and allowing them to file tax returns as if they were citizens or legal immigrants, the IRS, according to the Treasury Department Inspector General for Tax Administration, was opening the door for illegal aliens to receive tax benefits Congress had intended for U.S. citizens.




The question of whether to legalize illegal aliens and put them on a pathway to citizenship may be the most controversial legislative issue facing the U.S. Congress this year.

But, according to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA), seventeen years have already passed since the Internal Revenue Service made its own “policy decision” to “’legalize’ illegal aliens.”



They must have had it all planned ahead of time !! Very Sneaky indeed !!

On May 29, 1996—after this bill passed the Senate but before it passed the House—the IRS issued a regulation that contradicted it.

This regulation said the IRS would grant what it called Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) to aliens who did not qualify to work in the United States and did not qualify for Social Security Numbers. The IRS had three basic requirements for people receiving these numbers: 1) they had to be an alien, 2) they could not be qualified to work in the United States or have a Social Security Number, and 3) they owed taxes in the United States.


The whole ITIN scheme may have been an 'above' the law hidden agenda.

IG: IRS Made ‘Policy Decision’ to ‘Legalize Illegal Aliens;’ Ended Up Paying Illegals $4.2B in Refundable Credits in 1 Year


What 'hidden' agendas will be served by the latest legislative efforts ?




posted on Jul, 12 2013 @ 11:54 AM
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Someone want to tell me again what is all the hullabulu when they already get all the 'perks' of 'citizens'. ?

What is all fired so damn important of 'immigration reform' ?

Oh yeah now I remember it's about paying people so they will vote from them.


When the people find that they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic.


Ben Franklin
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posted on Jul, 12 2013 @ 12:10 PM
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This part really cracks me up....


In this report, TIGTA revealed that in 2011 the IRS had sent $46,378,040 in tax refunds to what theoretically were 23,994 unauthorized aliens using ITINs and all sharing a single Atlanta, Ga., mailing address. Similarly, the IRS sent $10,395,874 in refunds to what theoretically were 2,507 unauthorized aliens using ITINs and all sharing a single address in Oxnard, California.
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The same IG report said the IRS also sent $7,319,518 in refunds to 2,706 theoretical unauthorized aliens who all shared the same bank account.

The IG found that the IRS sometimes granted massive numbers of ITINs to unauthorized aliens who all used the same address. For example, according the IG, the IRS assigned 15,795 ITINs to theoretical unauthorized aliens all using the same address in Phoenix. It also assigned 15,028 ITINs to theoretical unauthorized aliens all using the same address in Dallas.


2706 people with the same bank account


Must be a big family.

I wonder if their "Household" income disqualifies anybody from benefits



posted on Jul, 12 2013 @ 12:29 PM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
This part really cracks me up....


In this report, TIGTA revealed that in 2011 the IRS had sent $46,378,040 in tax refunds to what theoretically were 23,994 unauthorized aliens using ITINs and all sharing a single Atlanta, Ga., mailing address. Similarly, the IRS sent $10,395,874 in refunds to what theoretically were 2,507 unauthorized aliens using ITINs and all sharing a single address in Oxnard, California.
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The same IG report said the IRS also sent $7,319,518 in refunds to 2,706 theoretical unauthorized aliens who all shared the same bank account.

The IG found that the IRS sometimes granted massive numbers of ITINs to unauthorized aliens who all used the same address. For example, according the IG, the IRS assigned 15,795 ITINs to theoretical unauthorized aliens all using the same address in Phoenix. It also assigned 15,028 ITINs to theoretical unauthorized aliens all using the same address in Dallas.


2706 people with the same bank account


Must be a big family.

I wonder if their "Household" income disqualifies anybody from benefits



On the up side, they all received "theoretical" money, right?





posted on Jul, 12 2013 @ 12:31 PM
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Teaparty gets the shaft illegals get the cash.

by the IRS.

Abolsih the income tax.

Abolish the IRS.

Using a Government agency for political gains needs to end.

Can the tyrannical despotism not be anymore clear?



posted on Jul, 12 2013 @ 04:32 PM
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xuenchen, Neo96 and some others have been amazing at bringing people's attention to such a serious matter as illegal immigration/immigration reform. I would like to thank you for all your efforts and wisdom.

It blows my mind that some people are so blind and still think that illegal immigration or amnesty is ok or even a 'good' thing. Illegals have been catered to on many levels for many years, while the average citizen struggles to feed his family and make ends meet. We shouldn't have to worry about other countries and their people before our own.



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posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 03:54 AM
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Thank You for the compliments....

Your topics and posts are equally good !




posted on Jul, 13 2013 @ 04:10 AM
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The IRS is the ultimat "redistributer of wealth" - unearned income given to the ones the gov't wants to give it to - and taking from the ones it wants to take it from.

Ultimately destroying the USA.

By destroying the middle class workers of america.
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