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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, officially known as "Special Call-In Registration," requires tens of thousands of noncitizen men and boys, ages sixteen and older, from twenty-six countries to appear at designated INS offices.
We hope this interest translates into a desire to legalize their immigration status in this country as soon as possible,'' said Los Angeles INS spokesman Francisco Arcaute.
SEVIS requires that each school receive a site visit from INS prior to certification.
Led by an INS official named Maurice Berez, the task force quickly discovered gaping holes.
At the same time as Congressional and judicial efforts were curtailing the authority of the INS and the Administration to deport and exclude non-citizens based on political beliefs and associations, such efforts were stymied or ineffective when Arabs and Muslims were the targets.
The INS is advising arts groups to file earlier if they can't pay the new fee, but many say this is impossible.
Administration officials were tempted to argue that inherent limitations in INS databases prevented them from assisting the investigation.
A complete description of INS PCI compliance services can be found at http://www.
The proposal includes the largest defense spending increase in 20 years and significant funding for INS enforcement efforts.
The INS says it will tighten communication with contractors to prevent future errors, but some college administrators are skeptical The student visa system has so far been "a mess," says Barmak Nassirian, associate executive director of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.