At Amicus International Consulting, we provide services and advice for various issues related to International Prisoner Treaty Transfers,Dual/Second Citizenship's,Anonymous Traveling and Living.
We create the solutions for clients who find themselves in very unique and challenging circumstances.
"Amicus can provide you with a new legal identity."
South China Morning Post
23 February 2017
by Ian Young, The Hong couver
"The best non extradition countries to become invisible"
We emphasize that Amicus clients can be assured we will adhere to a strict confidentiality pledge; therefore, we will NEVER discuss or reveal any details about your case with anyone without your written approval.
Gain your freedom to move again.
We do not advocate using a “deceased person’s identity” or a borrowed relative's or friend's ID -- Amicus will help you acquire a legal new identity through our established Government contacts around the world.
Using a stolen, counterfeit, cloned, borrowed or altered passport is very dangerous,highly illegal and carries severe judicail penalties.
In 1997, the U.S. Department of State launched the “zero tolerance” passport program known as “Operation Death Match” in an effort to combat passport and identity fraud.
People wishing to obtain fraudulent passports sometimes use the names of people who are recently deceased or died very young,(known as"Ghosting") Over 10,000 persons have been caught since “Operation Death Match” was initiated,matching birth and death records. This type of program is now used throughout the world to secure passports and other forms of ID.
There are numerous citizenship's for sale, for an investment or residence fee, citizenship can be bought.
When your Life and Liberty is on the line, trust Amicus to protect it.
International Prisoner Treaty Transfers
At Amicus, we assist international (foreign national) prisoners gain approval to transfer back to their home countries to serve their sentence.
When we take a transfer treaty case and the prisoner becomes our client, we ensure that we handle our client’s case from start to finish. We cannot guarantee an outcome -- but we do promise that we will do everything possible, and even what seems to be the impossible for most, Amicus will find a solution and see that the goal of returning to their home country is accomplished.
We focus our assistance on the totality of the person by addressing those areas and giving support to our client’s individual needs. We start from the premise that they are more than just the offense they committed – that they are human beings with positive attributes that need to be emphasized and promoted in the process of our representation.
The benefit of using our services in your effort to transfer or have your loved ones transferred cannot be overstated. We have developed a network of people with whom we work to provide the best possible outcomes for our clients. We have the administrative ability and drive to carry the procedures through to the end and the determination and sincerity to get the job done right.
A brief history of International Prisoner treaty transfers
In 1825, the U.S. Supreme Court stated: “The Courts of no country execute the penal laws of another.” 151 years later, in a very different world, the United States signed prisoner transfer treaties with its neighbours, Canada and Mexico. Today, through additional bilateral treaties and multilateral treaties negotiated under the auspices of the Council of Europe and the Organization of American States, the United States has prisoner transfer treaty relations with 77 countries.
The transfer program for international prisoners began in 1977. To see the current list of countries with which the United States has transfer treaties, please click here.
The length of the person’s sentence remains the same, but it is carried out according to the laws of the receiving country, which usually means that the transferred prisoner's custodial (behind bars) time is greatly reduced.
What is the advantage of using our services?
It is important to remember that each person is different, as such so will each case and circumstances also differ; regardless of these differences, the unifying need is to have the best possible representation to assist you through the process -- and this is exactly what Amicus can provide you.