Neville Cramer’s expertise comes from training, education and actual law enforcement experience in the former Immigration and Naturalization Service. He served for more than twenty-six years before retiring in November, 2002, and has authored the books “Fixing the INSanity – America’s Immigration Crisis.” and “Immigration Chaos – Solutions to an American Crisis.
Many of you know I have been involved with U.S. immigration issues for decades. Aside from my official responsibilities, I have tried to assist as many people as possible with their problems relating to passports, visas, residency and U.S. citizenship. You might be one of those people, a friend or simply someone I have met "along the way."
Neville W. Cramer served more than twenty-six years as a law enforcement officer with the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). At the time of his retirement in 2002, he was one of the most experienced INS Special Agents in the U.S. Department of Justice. He began his career in 1976, as a U.S. Border Patrol Agent after serving four years as a police officer in Arizona and Florida. After his tour of duty on the Mexican border, Cramer served eight years as both a Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent in Chicago, Illinois and Washington D.C. District Offices.