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INS

On drawings, abbr. for “insulate.”
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"Any suggestion that he has been detained for reasons other than his outstanding deportation order is wrong," said Kerry Gill, public affairs officer for INS Newark District.
Special Registration first made headlines in December, when the INS detained more than 500 men, most of them in Southern California.
SEVIS requires that each school receive a site visit from INS prior to certification.
Indeed, a fundamental tension operates within the Bush administration itself, and the GOP generally, between national-security conservatives, who want a strong INS capable of keeping terrorists out, and libertarian conservatives, who want a weak INS incapable of stopping the free flow of labor.
(108) The memo also proposes detaining aliens apprehended "as a result of any special projects undertaken by INS" in the large, then-newly-constructed INS detention facility in Oakdale, Louisiana.
And the slowdowns could grow worse this month if the INS expands the premium program to include H-1B petitions, which go to businesses hiring foreign labor.
An INS statement said JRS volunteers "broke the covenant that had been reached with INS" not to "deal with detention issues," CNS and America magazine report The INS told JRS volunteers that they were "offering unreasonable hope to detainees" and "teaching detainees to think for themselves." INS has since restored the Bible study but without Jesuit involvement.
In exchange, the INS will provide the computer software.
Committee Chairman Bill Thomas (R-Calif.) came up with a logical idea: Why not compare the INS's list of legal immigrants with the Orange County voter rolls?