Vladas Zajanckauksas, 96, had allegedly served as a guard at Trawniki and was accused of taking part in the mass murder of Jews in Warsaw in 1943. He admitted that he lied on his U.S. immigration forms about his service to the SS. He was ordered to be deported in 2007.
Osyp Firishchak, now 91 was convicted in 2005 after a four day bench trial for his role in the Ukrainian Auxiliary Police. Prosecutors said he lied on his immigration forms when he entered the United States and did not disclose his role in the UAP which preformed work for the Nazis persecuting and segregating Jews in Galicia. Firishchak is currently appealing his removal order.
Jakiw Palij, 88, served as a guard at the Trawniki SS training camp in Nazi-occupied Poland where an estimated 6,000 Jew were murdered in a single day. Because he omitted his service as a guard on his immigration forms Palij was ordered to be deported in June 2004. At the time then Assistant Attorney General Christopher Wray said, "The immigration judge's decision reaffirms the important principle that neither the passage of time nor the expanse of an ocean will prevent the United States from securing a measure of justice on behalf of the victims of the Nazi regime."
Theodor Szehinskyj, 87, was ordered to be deported from the United States in 2003 for his service in the SS Death's Head (Totenkopf) Battalion guard unit where he worked at three concentration camps.