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Editor's Note: The following letter is in response to the letters to the Editor yesterday.

Dear Editor:

I must comment on Mr. Wang's reply in the Daily of 4/16 regarding the recent INS changes in B-2 tourist visas. It is true that terrorists will enter legally, illegally, overstay, etc. and it will be very difficult to prevent them from entering the U.S.; however, the INS knows that a vast majority of overstays in the U.S. are violators of the B-2 tourist visa whether they are terrorists or not. It is an additional measure to increase security as well as a way to prevent further illegal immigration which has become out of control.

Section 245(i) is also dead in the Senate to finally prevent the rewarding of illegal aliens who overstay their visas (mainly B-2) or who enter illegally without inspection. It is foolhardy to think that the national security issue and the illegal immigration issue do not go hand in hand in this matter and in the recent B-2 changes.

J. Seyes


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