Evidence at trial established that ICE had twice unsuccessfully attempted to have an undercover agent â€“ â€œAgent 007â€³ â€“ obtain employment at Agriprocessors using false documents. He was rejected first because he had no Social Security card. He returned with false Social Security and permanent-resident cards, both provided by ICE. Agriprocessors rejected him again because his documents were false. ICE then provided him with legally valid documents, and he was finally employed. Evidence at trial also established that Agriprocessors frequently turned away applicants for employment on the ground that their proffered paperwork was false. An ICE agent testified at trial that the quality of false documents in the black market is constantly improving, and the agency struggles to prevent fraud.