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The following is a list of Magical Congress of the United States of America Aurors whose name is not known.

Unidentified Auror (I)

Auror 1

This individual was an American Witch who worked as an Auror for the Magical Congress of the United States of America in 1926. Among the most highest-level Aurors in the organization,[1] she worked for the Major Investigation Department,[2] reporting directly to the Director of Magical Security himself.

In December of that year, she was called upon to help investigate the Obscurial attack on New York. and was present in the Pentagram Office during the emergency meeting between the President of the Magical Congress of the United States of America, Seraphina Picquery, and a delegation from the International Confederation of Wizards sent to discuss the threats posed to the International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy by these incidents, and assisted in the arrest of Porpentina Goldstein, Newt Scamander and Jacob Kowalski when the three of them was mistakenly accused of being involved in the aforementioned catastrophe. Later on, she and the rest of the Investigative Team lead the the brutal assault that incapacitated Credence Barebone in a failed attempt to kill him on Madam Picquery's orders, and subsequently among the around thirty Aurors who tried to subdue Gellert Grindelwald, whom it turned out had been disguising as Percival Graves at the time.

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Unidentified Auror (II)

Auror 2

This individual was an American Wizard who worked as an Auror for the Magical Congress of the United States of America in 1926. Among the most highest-level Aurors in the organization,[1] he worked with the Major Investigation Department,[2] reporting directly to the Director of Magical Security himself. In December of that year, she was called upon to help investigate the Obscurial attack on New York. He was, however, presumably just called upon to give his opinion on the case before returning to his regular duties, seen as he was not seen later on alongside the rest of the Investigative Team.[2]

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Unidentified Auror (III)

Auror 3

This individual was an American wizard who, at some point following his magical education, joined the Magical Congress of the United States of America as an Auror. Among the most highest-level Aurors in the organization,[1] he worked for the Major Investigation Department, reporting directly to the Director of Magical Security himself.[2]

In December of that year, he was called upon to help investigate the Obscurial attack on New York. and was present in the Pentagram Office during the emergency meeting between the President of the Magical Congress of the United States of America, Seraphina Picquery, and a delegation from the International Confederation of Wizards sent to discuss the threats posed to the International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy by these incidents, and assisted in the arrest of Porpentina Goldstein, Newt Scamander and Jacob Kowalski when the three of them was mistakenly believed to have been involved in the aforementioned catastrophe. Later on, he and the rest of the Investigative Team lead the the brutal assault that incapacitated Credence Barebone in a failed attempt to kill him on Madam Picquery's orders, and was subsequently among the around thirty Aurors who tried to subdue Gellert Grindelwald, whom it turned out had been disguising as Percival Graves at the time.

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Unidentified Auror (IV)

Auror 4

This individual was an American Wizard who worked as an Auror for the Magical Congress of the United States of America in 1926. Among the most highest-level Aurors in the organization,[1] he worked for the Major Investigation Department, reporting directly to the Director of Magical Security himself.[2]

In December of that year, he was called upon to help investigate the Obscurial attack on New York. and was present in the Pentagram Office during the emergency meeting between the President of the Magical Congress of the United States of America, Seraphina Picquery, and a delegation from the International Confederation of Wizards sent to discuss the threats posed to the International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy by these incidents, and assisted in the arrest of Porpentina Goldstein, Newt Scamander and Jacob Kowalski when the three of them was mistakenly believed to have been involved in the aforementioned catastrophe, more specifically, the one to apprehend Scamander. Later on, he and the rest of the Investigative Team lead the the brutal assault that incapacitated Credence Barebone in a failed attempt to kill him on Madam Picquery's orders, and was subsequently among the around thirty Aurors who tried to subdue Gellert Grindelwald, whom it turned out had been disguising as Percival Graves at the time. After Grindelwald's capture at the hands of Newt Scamander, he was one of the two Aurors that seized Grindelwald and escorted him to MACUSA for containment.[2]

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Unidentified Auror (VI)

Auror 6

This individual was an American Wizard who worked as an Auror for the Magical Congress of the United States of America in 1926.

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Unidentified Auror (IX)

Auror 9

This individual was an American Witch who worked as an Auror for the Magical Congress of the United States of America in 1926. Among the most highest-level Aurors in the organization,[1] she worked for the Major Investigation Department, reporting directly to the Director of Magical Security himself.[2]

In December of that year, she was called upon to help investigate the Obscurial attack on New York. and was present in the Pentagram Office during the emergency meeting between the President of the Magical Congress of the United States of America, Seraphina Picquery, and a delegation from the International Confederation of Wizards sent to discuss the threats posed to the International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy by these incidents, and assisted in the arrest of Porpentina Goldstein, Newt Scamander and Jacob Kowalski when the three of them was mistakenly believed to have been involved in the aforementioned catastrophe. Later on, she and the rest of the Investigative Team lead the the brutal assault that incapacitated Credence Barebone in a failed attempt to kill him on Madam Picquery's orders, and was subsequently among the around thirty Aurors who tried to subdue Gellert Grindelwald, whom it turned out had been disguising as Percival Graves at the time. After Grindelwald's capture at the hands of Newt Scamander, she was one of the two Aurors that seized Grindelwald and escorted him to MACUSA for containment.[2]

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Unidentified Auror (X)

Auror 10

This individual was an American Wizard who worked as an Auror for the Magical Congress of the United States of America in 1926. Among the most highest-level Aurors in the organization,[1] he worked for the Major Investigation Department, reporting directly to the Director of Magical Security himself.[2]

In December of that year, he was called upon to help investigate the Obscurial attack on New York. and was present in the Pentagram Office during the emergency meeting between the President of the Magical Congress of the United States of America, Seraphina Picquery, and a delegation from the International Confederation of Wizards sent to discuss the threats posed to the International Statute of Wizarding Secrecy by these incidents, and assisted in the arrest of Porpentina Goldstein, Newt Scamander and Jacob Kowalski when the three of them was mistakenly believed to have been involved in the aforementioned catastrophe. Later on, he and the rest of the Investigative Team lead the the brutal assault that incapacitated Credence Barebone in a failed attempt to kill him on Madam Picquery's orders, and was subsequently among the around thirty Aurors who tried to subdue Gellert Grindelwald, whom it turned out had been disguising as Percival Graves at the time.

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Magical Congress of the United States of America
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Presidents

Josiah Jackson (1693-?) · Charity Wilkinson · Thornton Harkaway (c. 1760) · Able Fleming · Elizabeth McGilliguddy (c. 1777) · Emily Rappaport (c. 1790) · Seraphina Picquery (1920-1928) · Samuel G. Quahog (c. 2014)

Aurors

Abraham Potter · Achilles Tolliver · Berthilde Roche · Carlos Lopez · Cormac O'Brien · E. A. Limus · Gondulphus Graves · Helmut Weiss · M. L. Minus · M. P. Carneirus · Mary Jauncey · Mungo MacDuff · Percival Graves · Porpentina Goldstein · Robert Grimsditch · Saranna Wilkinson · Theodard Fontaine · Wilhelm Fischer · Unidentified MACUSA Aurors

Other positions

Apparition Examiner · Auror Commissioner · Captain of Aurors · Chief Auror · Chief of Staff · Director of Magical Security · Executioner · Federal Identity Commissioner · Federal Wand Permit Officer · Keeper of Treasure and Dragots · Obliviator ·Surveillor of Activity

Other employees

Abernathy · Albert Perschky · Aristotle Twelvetrees · Bernadette · Beryl · Cecily · E. A. Limus · F. Wakefield · Irene Kneedander · J. Ward · L. O'Sullivan · Magali Crowe · Paloma Proudfoot · Queenie Goldstein · Red · Ruby · Sam · Unidentified executioner (I) · Unidentified executioner (II) · Unidentified guide · Y. Blishen

Departments

Body for Protection of Magical Species · Department of Aurors · Department of Magical Law Enforcement · Department of No-Maj Misinformation · Department of Unidentifiable Magical Objects · Department for Confiscated Items · Federal Bureau of Covert Vigilance and No-Maj Obliviation · MACUSA Communications Department · MACUSA Investigation Department · MACUSA Surveillance Wizarding Resources Department · Wand Permit Department · Magical Cleaning Department · Major Investigation Department · Office for Magic Relations and Education · US Auror Divisions · Wizarding Resources Department

Locations

Death Cell · Great Meeting Chamber · Lobby · No-Maj Fraternisation sub-division · Pentagram Office · Percival Graves' office · Register Office · Typing Pool · Wand Permit Office · Young Wizards Daycare Center


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