Look online for the USCIS office nearest you. Each USCIS office has a fraud detection section. Send your information there.
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That is just a terrible thing for a parent to do. I agree with my colleague to report it to your nearest ICE office or call the ICE hotline. There will be others like you willing to testify to this matter.
If you report it to the ICE department near you, they will handle the investigation themselves.
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