By Mitch Clarke, Marketing —
An Ohio resident will be deported as a result of lies made throughout his immigration process. Law enforcement officials arrested him a year ago. He has since been undergoing a criminal investigation regarding his paperwork.
A Sordid Past
The investigation exposed Oliver Dragic as a participant in a Serbian military force which sought to eliminate Muslims from their region. This service was voluntary and as such puts into question his loyalty to the United States. Dragic claimed he was a victim of the crimes in Bosnia and filed for refugee status in 1998. According to the article, Dragic admitted guilt to all charges pressed against him. A date for his deportation has not yet been determined.
Catching the Liars
Fraudulent immigration paperwork poses a serious threat to National Security. Many Visa applications are genuine and pose no threat, but there are some applicants attempting to cover up their sordid past in an effort to come to the United States. In order to protect the immigration process, EyeDetect®, a new eye lie detector, can be utilized to screen applicants and verify the information presented in their application. Eye detection software monitors pupillary reactions to more accurately know when someone is lying. This lie detector test accuracy is comparable to the polygraph at 86%. An EyeDetect® test takes roughly 30 mins, while a polygraph test takes hours. This new eye lie detector is the fastest and most accurate way to effectively scan potential immigrants. By identifying lies before processing the application, law enforcement officials can spend more time on more pressing matters.