Welcome to the Immigration Integrity Group
The Immigration Integrity Group (IIG) is a business line and trade name for Bowler Pons Solutions Consultants, LLC, a registered small business consultancy comprised of and teamed with seasoned thought leaders poised to help clients with their toughest challenges. With expertise spanning the entire immigration spectrum, systems engineering and integration, and project/program management within federal, defense, and commercial markets, BPSC offers core services focused on delivering client-specific solutions. BPSC currently has two business lines: Immigration Consulting Services and Technology & Management Consulting. This site is dedicated consulting services administered by BPSC’s Immigration Integrity Group.
IIG is dedicated to supporting business and government efforts aimed at enhancing the integrity, effectiveness, and efficiency of the U.S. Immigration system. This includes efforts to learn more about and work within the current system, and achieve reform. IIG provides services to a variety of clients in need of immigration expertise. This includes government agencies and contractors, law firms, businesses, and other organizations.
IIG consists of former senior career government officials with decades of experience administering and enforcing immigration laws at the local, regional, and national level. This includes the development of immigration policies and strategies, and building, implementing and leading major immigration benefit, enforcement, intelligence, and information systems-based programs and operations. IIG also possesses and engages a network of career subject matter experts in its effort to exceed client needs and expectations.
IIG subject matter experts possess key insight and institutional knowledge across the entire immigration spectrum, including:
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Louis “Don” Crocetti, Jr.
(11/17/13): IIG is pleased to welcome Marty Renkiewicz to its team of immigration subject matter experts and consultants. Marty, also a former employee of DOJ’s legacy INS and DHS, retired as ICE’s first Supervisory Special Agent assigned to serve as the Director of the U.S. National Central Bureau of INTERPOL Washington, where he led major information sharing and collaboration efforts with law enforcement and intelligence agencies throughout the world. Earlier in his career, Marty served as legacy INS Baltimore’s first Employer Education and Labor Relations Officer and Supervisory Special Agent responsible for administering the employer education, compliance, and sanction provisions mandated by the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986.
Marty will add his expertise in the areas of border security and interior enforcement with an emphasis on employer education and compliance. He will also expand IIG's reach into the international community offering assistance to developing countries in their efforts to formulate sound immigration policy and improve border security.
(05/31/13): Crocetti responds to the Nation of Immigrators blog. See below!
Read the article, "Does S.744 Reform This Country's Immigration System?" by IIG's own, Don Crocetti. DOWNLOAD NOW!
The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) interviewed Don Crocetti on Fraud and National Security Risks in Our Legal Immigration System!...more videos from the interview are available at CIS's website! For a copy of the Press Release, please download here.
IIG is actively engaged in and contributing to efforts aimed at improving S. 744: Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act (Apr 17, 2013 - Introduced).