About CSI Consulting LLC
CSI Consulting LLC was formed on January 2, 2009 and is based in Strasburg, Colorado.
Mr. Sampson is a 27+ year veteran of the former Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and its successor, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) of the Department of Homeland Security.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts cum laude in Criminal Justice from Long Island University. He attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He is a graduate of the Immigration Officers Basic Training Course held at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), located in Glynco, Georgia, as well as numerous advanced training courses given at FLETC.
In early 1997, Mr. Sampson underwent instructor training at FLETC related to the Illegal Immigration Reform And Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (IIRAIRA) and was assigned as the primary law instructor for the Denver, Colorado District Office of INS and taught the law to INS employees in a three state area (Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming), as well as presenting a seminar on the 1996 law to private attorneys practicing immigration law in Colorado. His knowledge of the immigration law is extensive.
He was assigned to the Metro Fugitive Task Force in Denver, Colorado from 1993 to 1999; was the Juvenile Coordinator for the Denver Field Office from 1999 through 2004; and is a recognized fraud investigations specialist, specializing in marriage frauds and VAWA frauds, as well as other types of immigration based frauds.
He has investigated several high profile cases, most notably that of Gregory Adam Mills, an Australian national who fled to the United States after brutally murdering his employer in London, England. Mr. Sampson was the INS agent who located and arrested Mr. Mills, who was hiding in a rural part of the State of Colorado. Mr. Mills was ultimately extradited to England to stand trial for the murder and was convicted and is currently serving a life sentence in an English prison.
Mr. Sampson retired from active federal service on August 30, 2008. During his 27+ year career he has investigated in excess of 100 marriage fraud cases and approximately a dozen VAWA fraud cases.
His last assignment with ICE was heading up a 7 person squad investigating and prosecuting illegal aliens who had been previously deported from the United States for their criminal activity and who illegally re-entered the United States, and other criminal violations of the Immigration and Nationality Act or INA.
During a 20 month period, Mr. Sampson and his squad successfully investigated and obtained convictions in US District Court for over 165 cases presented to the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Colorado, Criminal Division, Major Crimes Unit, for prosecution.
A comprehensive fee schedule outlining services and costs is available upon request.