Caroline Lee Smith freebeacon.com The Department of Homeland Security has managed to lose more than 6,000 foreigners that entered the country on student visas. These students reportedly arrived in the U.S., stayed the duration of their visas and never returned home. The students have since disappeared. In the past year alone, 58,000 students overstayed their visas, according to ABC News. Of these, more than 6,000 were selected by agents for follow-up because they raised heightened concern. “They just disappear,” Sen. Tom Coburn (R., Okla.) said. “They get the visas and they disappear.” to read more: freebeacon.com
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