Is N. Dakota State University covering up student immigration fraud facilitated by Ilhan Omar?

Is N. Dakota State University covering up student immigration fraud facilitated by Ilhan Omar?
All in the family: Ilhan Omar is in the center. On the right is her husband (and brother) Ahmed. (Image via Powdered Whig Society)

[Ed. – As noted yesterday in connection with a report that Omar has signed a pledge to impeach Trump, it will be interesting to see if she is forced out first. This may turn out to be the smoking gun that leads to that result.]

During her campaign, Omar was accused of marrying her brother for the purposes of committing immigration fraud when it was revealed that she was legally married to two people at the same time, and new documents from North Dakota State University (NDSU) strongly suggest Omar may have committed student loan fraud through her marriage with Elmi (believed to be her brother).

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Omar said she and Elmi divorced in their “faith tradition” in 2011 and he moved back to England immediately after. In 2016, she said she was in the process of getting legally divorced from Elmi. In the statement, Omar confirmed she is currently married, in her “faith tradition”, to Hirsi (her cultural husband) and the couple is raising their family, which includes three children, together.

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This begs the question, was Omar’s marriage with Elmi an act of immigration and student loan fraud intended to aid Elmi and Omar in the process of getting student loans or a student visa for Elmi?

Why would Omar say that she divorced Elmi in 2011 and that the moved back to England if they were still documented as being married in 2012 while he was still in the United States attending an American university?

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