My 27 year long INS career provided me with a window on the world for
which I am very grateful. During that time and now, I long favored a
breakup of INS since Enforcement was never going to willingly allow
Adjudications a fair share of the resources. Thus, when "W"
campaigned I was delighted to hear that he would breakup the Service,
which he has done. However, if the devil is in the details, the same
cast of players will somehow recreate that familiar climate of
Sadly, too many top management people from the bad old INS are still
in place pretending to offer a better life for those seeking service
and benefits. These characters continue to harbor wrongheaded
anti-AILA and customer positions regardless of the merits. Do they
even like themselves?
The future cannot bring change with the usual suspects still holding
the tiller. Those of us who proudly served and adjudicated with a
reasonable and fair disposition can only wait. Unfortunately,
millions of naturalization applicants and others must line up and
take their punishment.
W.R. (Skip) Tollifson
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