SCAM ALERT: U.S Government Creates Fake University, Lures Foreign Students and Later Arrests Them In Planned Entrapment Operations- BEWARE!!

The United States of America Literally Imported Foreign Students, And Later Entrapped Them In Planned Government Operations.

This is the building at 30500 Northwestern Hwy. in Farmington Hills south of 13 Mile Rd. that was used as the fake University of Farmington campus created by the Department of Homeland Security. Image Credit: Detroit Free Press


A quick break down on how the US government literally ‘imports foreigners to latter arrest them’;

  • ICE creating fake university(ies);
  • Enticing foreign students to attend
  • Provide fake visas that are later nullified;
  • Charged them money
  • Arrests them, and/or
  • Deports them

All this doesn’t mount to Crimes against humanity?

Detroit Free Press reports; in 2016, the United States of America government, under the Department of Homeland Security created a fake University of Farmington in metro Detroit specifically targeting foreign national students to study in the U.S.

Ever since, more than 600 foreign students, mostly from India, have enrolled and attended this school that marketed itself as ‘a nationally accredited institution authorized to enroll international students’ -offering graduate programs in technology and computer studies.

According to the U.S Immigration (ICE) officials, this was part of a sting operation by federal agents who enticed foreign-born students both from within and outside the USA and it was all sham to snare naïve immigrants. The Federal agents used this fake university as a front to lure hundreds of international students in a bid to weed out visa fraud- the Washington Post reports.

Ridiculous as it sounds, it is reported; the students legally got into the US on students visas acquired through the federal agents and in order to maintain their visa status in the US, used what they termed a ‘pay to stay scheme’, that is, regularly paying the government not to deport them.

Many of the students had enrolled with the university through a program known as Curricular Practical Training (CPT), which allows students to work in the U.S through a F-1 visa program for foreign students. Some had transferred to the University of Farmington from other schools that had lost accreditation, which means they would no longer be in immigration status and allowed to remain in the U.S.

The fake university is believed to have collected millions of dollars from the unsuspecting students. Its’ tuition costs were about US$12, 000 per year on average, $2, 500 per quarter and $1, 000 per month.

Earlier this year, the US government revealed this mystery to the unsuspecting students leading to the close down of the university, causing these students to lose their immigration status. More than 250 students have been arrested since January this year and in the recent turn of events, 90 more were arrested just last week.

Many of these have been charged on administrative charges, others were given expedited removal from the U.S while many are still in prisons. The Department of Homeland Security justifies their actions by arguing, these students “knowingly attended these fake universities” and that is proof that they were of bad moral character and therefore should be arrested and deported.

Trump’s government is popular for its anti-immigrant policies and practices, which ludicrously include the BAHA, Mexico Border Wall and children detainment or separations. And this exercise comes not as a surprise at all.

“Unnecessary and Ridiculous Crimes Against Humanity” ridiculed activists and foreign governments, as the United States of America Literally Imports Foreign Students And Later Entraps Them In Planned Government Operations.

As concerned citizens of a third-World country, easily enticed by such tactics, we urge our Zimbabwean citizens to be on the lookout for such scams that may come at huge shocking costs. DO NOT FALL VICTIM

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