After some 16 years of retirement from the INS, mostly among the tokens of our "success" at the border, I had begun to wonder if the Service still had any useful purpose. Then I read Rob Reuneman's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and Karen Weinstock's "Immigrants [both legal and illegal] Vital to Economy" and a happy thought occurred to me. The important purpose the INS plays today is in maintaining the illegal status of undocumented workers so that they may be more easily exploited by an economy dependent upon them. Now I feel much better knowing there is still a "service" in the mission of the INS.
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