Read US Department of State’s Human Rights Reports on Pakistan released March 2017 click Report

This report does not include what is likely to happen to disabled, Honorably Discharged, former American soldier (Zahid Chaudhry) and his white American wife, should Zahid & Ann be deported after the real, final hearing.  (Which may be March 2018 – unless further waste, fraud & abuse of “We the Peoples'” taxes.  See HOME page for news on November 7th, 2017 “final” hearing.)


As broadcast on TV in Washington, USA

and Watched Worldwide !!!

See: Ann Chaudhry’s presentation on CARRP*

“Muslims Need Not Apply”

*Orwellian Double-Speak: CARRP=Controlled Application Review & Resolution Program

For all intents & purposes: “Muslims Need Not Apply”

Read the “Muslims Need Not Apply” reports and articles linked below about previously-secret, racial & religious profiling  and mandatory discrimination program CARRP (Controlled Application Review &  Resolution Program) detailing how DHS, through CARRP, unconstitutionally delays and eventually denies basic human rights & due process, including naturalization of eligible individuals from Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim, and South Asian communities. This secret program was recently exposed by Peoples’ rights organizations and true investigative journalists all over the world !

The program relies on deeply flawed mechanisms, including error-ridden & over-broad watch-list systems, security checks, religious, national origin & associated profiling; which, predictably catches far too many harmless applicants in its net and overwhelmingly affects applicants who are Muslim or perceived-to-be Muslim.

“CARRP effectively turns over the immigration rights application process to the FBI (and other agencies), allowing them to dictate to USCIS when or whether an application should be granted, denied, or held in abeyance. It also provides the FBI an opportunity to comment on USCIS’s proposed decisions in immigration cases, to submit questions for USCIS to ask in interviews, and to suggest Requests for Evidence that USCIS should make to applicants.

CARRP requires USCIS officers to inform the FBI or other relevant law enforcement agencies as soon as an applicant it has labeled an “NS” (National Security concern) has filed an immigration application. As a result, far too often, the FBI exploits this information to blackmail applicants to work for them as informants, telling applicants that the FBI can help them get their long-delayed immigration application adjudicated and approved if they agree to snitch on their communities. (See ACLU report)

ACLU So. California Special Report:

MotherJones Article:

America AlJazeera also has a report and terrific, must see, short video on their site:

The Huffington Post news:

The Guardian news:

Imagine 2050:


Iran Times:

Raw Story:

Common Dreams:


NBC So. Cal. Los Angeles:

Ben Norton:

Daily KOS

UpRising Radio:

Counter Currents:

CARRP: Controlled Application Review and Resolution Program. Of course, in the Orwellian double-speak: that means delaying, denying and refusing rightful applicants for citizenship based on whim of racial, religious, peace & justice friends profiling.


This website is updated continually. Keep checking back for updated news and information.

Be sure to click the “Endorsements” tab to view a small sample of recommendations for citizenship from U.S. Senators, State Representatives, professionals, clergy, and many others from all walks of life.

And follow these links for media coverage: (Video of interview with Mike McCormick, January 9, 2011, Mind Over Matters, KEXP Radio, Seattle) Click on the video below.

“Family Faces Deportation” (Interview in Works in Progress, Jan 2011)

“Deportation? Let’s Use Some Common Sense”(Editorial board of the Yakima Herald-Republic, 8 Nov 2009)

“Former National Guard Soldier Fights Deportation” (Seattle Times, 1 Nov 2009)

“Disabled U.S. Army veteran files lawsuit seeking citizenship” (We Are America)

“Honorably Discharged US National Guard Soldier Faces Deportation !” (YU South & Associates, 2 Nov 2009)

“Disabled U.S. Soldier Fighting Deportation to Pakistan” (Democratic Underground, Jan 3, 2011)

“Former WA Guardsman Fights Deportation Order” (National Guard, Nov 1, 2009)

“Disabled U.S. Soldier Fighting Deportation Order” (McClatchy D.C., Jan 13, 2011)

“Decorated, disabled local veteran faces deportation hearing in April”(Works In Progress February 2011) NOTE: some links within WIP are outdated due to archival.

“Deportation of a National Guard Soldier” (Associated Press and Yakima Herald-Republic, 30 Oct 2009)

Interview on “Talking Stick TV” (KEXP Seattle and Seattle Community Access Network):

Video of speech at Sept. 15, 2010 immigration forum:


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