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Federal Register News of the Day
Delay of INS
Delegation to DOL of H-2 Program
The INS and
have delayed implementation of the July 14, 2000, final
rule delegating the authority to adjudicate petitions for H-2A workers from the
INS to the DOL. The final rule, which was to take effect on November 13, 2000, has been postponed to October 1, 2001.
Immigration News of the Day
"Backlog Reduction Program" Repeats 1996 "Citizenship USA" Scandal
Watch reports that the Florida District of the INS has engaged in a systematic program
of rushing aliens through the naturalization process to meet INS headquarters "goals." According to an INS source, the program is
nearly identical to the 1996 "Citizenship USA" program, where thousands
of aliens were "improperly and illegally rushed through the naturalization process in
order to obtain Democratic votes for the presidential election."
Immigrants: One County's Struggle
According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution a cultural divide is constantly
playing out in Cobb County, Georgia which is commonly regarded as a bastion of white
surburbia and Newt-flavored politics, but has recently become an increasingly powerful magnet
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