Meet Neville W. Cramer
Immigration Enforcement Expert and Security Consultant (2002 – present)
After he retired from INS in 2002, Neville Cramer began his consulting firm and eventually returned to the mission of training law enforcement officers, only this time it was abroad. For three years (2009-2012), he worked as a lead contractor for the State Department’s Antiterrorism Assistance
He conducted border security and related training in more than twenty countries, including Algiers, Colombia, Ethiopia, Jordan, Lebanon, Mali, Mexico, Tajikistan, and Yemen.
In 2012, Cramer was selected by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.) and the Government of the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.) to serve as an “immigration enforcement expert” with the Abu Dhabi Police. In addition to his role as an advisor, he conducted law enforcement training throughout the U.A.E.
In 2015, after three years of working in the Middle East, Neville returned to the United States and has continued his work as an immigration enforcement consultant, public speaker and advocate for proper U.S. immigration reform.
U.S. Immigration Reform Advocate
As an active proponent and public speaker about the effective overhauling of our broken immigration system, Neville has also authored two books, the latest being Immigration Chaos – Solutions to an American Crisis (2007.) Several of the programmatic improvements suggested in this book are now being considered for inclusion in the new amnesty legislation of 2021. He has also been a frequent “expert” guest commentator for the media, and is listed on the prestigious FBI National Academy Associates Speakers Bureau.
Neville Cramer now resides in South Florida with his beloved wife - and golf clubs!