State Department of the United States would have provided aid to the Isaias family, according to The New York Times
The American newspaper The New York Times published yesterday a research involving the Isaías family, which also reveals details of the immigration status of Estefanía Isaías.
The publication entitled “Ecuador Family Wins Favors After Donations to Democrats,” indicates that Estefanía Isaías would be a wealthy Ecuadorian woman who has political links in the United States after her family donated tens of thousands of dollars to Democratic campaigns, according to financial records and government officials from the United States.
The New York Times notes that the US government revoked the entry ban to Estefanía Isaías in 2011, when she “had been barred from coming to the United States after being caught fraudulently obtaining visas for her maids.” At that time she was granted a three-year-visa.
The US media said that the entry ban for Isaías was lifted at the request of the State Department, when it was under the direction of the former Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton, so Estefanía Isaías could work in a fundraiser for Barack Obama, according to the US media.
“The case involving Estefanía could prove awkward for Mrs. Clinton, who was in charge of the State Department at the time high-ranking officials overruled the agency’s ban on Ms. Isaías for immigration fraud,” says the NYT.
“A spokesman for Mrs. Clinton and her chief of staff, Ms. Mills, denied any special treatment for Ms. Isaías,” noted the American newspaper.