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INS

On drawings, abbr. for “insulate.”
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What's more, the Bush Administration's reasoning seems to rely on the peculiar belief that terrorists and potential terrorists will walk into an INS office simply because they are asked to.
Family members of immigrants arrested in this week's sweep say the men arrested were handcuffed, subjected to humiliating body searches and kept in jail for days while INS officials processed a backlog of paperwork.
So, in late 1997, as the INS prepared to launch a pilot version of the computer system at 21 colleges around the Southeast, NAFSA President Gary Althen attacked the program for imposing "unnecessary obstacles" and "burdensome requirements" on foreign students and predicted a "system breakdown.
122) In fact, both the then-director of the FBI and the regional counsel of the INS, testified to Congress that the sole basis of the government's efforts to deport the LA-8 was their political affiliations.
Since the PPF was put in place, Ginsburg and a coalition of arts organizations that includes Dance/USA hope to work with the INS to nail down concrete processing times for normal applications.
On May 21, Thomas received a letter from INS Commissioner Doris Meissner, stating that the INS could not confirm the immigration status of new voters.
INS EEO Director Carolyn Hodge, who is also black, denies that a racially hostile climate exists at the agency.
INS is a leading global provider of business-driven information technology consulting and software solutions.
report to the INS at regular intervals, and notify an INS agent of their departure--with possible criminal prosecution for noncompliance.
The INS then looks at the case and determines what to do, he said.
Using SEVIS, the INS will send an alert when a foreign student has been granted a visa and has entered the county; the school then notifies the INS when that student has arrived on campus.