Immigration and Naturalization Service


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Synonyms for Immigration and Naturalization Service

an agency in the Department of Justice that enforces laws and regulations for the admission of foreign-born persons to the United States

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The Immigration and Naturalization Service and the Border Patrol spend over $800 million a year enforcing these counterproductive laws.
Immigration and Naturalization Service has a long-standing reputation for inefficiency and backlogged cases, especially in Chicago.
Judge Renner served as assistant district counsel with the Immigration and Naturalization Service in Los Angeles and San Diego, California, from 1995 to January 2002.
AHCA) is calling for changes in Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) regulations that would allow the nation's long term care facilities to hire more immigrant workers.
Immigration and Naturalization Service "deserves abundant criticism for failure to exercise its discretion to release the immigrants it can under the agency's operating code, and for its unconscionable failure to develop" low-cost alternatives to incarceration that are permitted under the U.
representative, APCO Worldwide, continue to work with other organizations on an exemption from an Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) fee scheduled to be imposed on foreign residents in this country under the J-1, F-1, and M-1 visas.
The Immigration and Naturalization Service is the latest branch to be charged with employment discrimination.
Commenting on the new contract, President and CEO John Ferguson stated, "As the initial partner selected by what was formerly the Immigration and Naturalization Service, in 1983 CCA became the pioneer of the private correctional industry and continues to be the industry leader today.
Employers who participate in the verification systems may have to call the Immigration and Naturalization Service to check the citizenship status of new employees; or states may establish "identity cards" that potential workers would have to present to their employers before starting work.
An Officer of the Immigration and Naturalization Service will officiate and administer the oath of allegiance to the citizens.
Since 1987, the Immigration and Naturalization Service has been trying to deport eight foreign nationals (seven Jordanians and a Kenyan) living in the Los Angeles area who are members of the group.
As part of the Department of Homeland Security, USCIS has two priorities - first, providing citizenship resources formerly offered by the Immigration and Naturalization Service including refugee processing, naturalization and documentation issuance and renewal and second, supporting DHS national security efforts.
Wants Immigration and Naturalization Service divided: one service to welcome legal immigrants, one to crack down on illegals.
Under the contract, ACS will process millions of Immigration and Naturalization Service arrival and departure forms over the next five years, entering them into a national database.
As the dance program consultant for the presenter, she has been hard-hit by a recent Immigration and Naturalization Service change.
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