It was good to hear from Victor W. Johnston again via your letters to the Editor.
When Mr. Johnston was an officer at the Dallas District of the old INS his attitude was similar to that of Durward E. Powell, Jr., former Southern Regional Commission, who wrote in 1980: "The decision maker in adjudicating applications and petitions should not attitudinally approach the process, either consciously or unconsciously, in an adversary manner or looking for a reason to deny. Rather we should all, with our broad knowledge of law and policy, approach them attitudinally, in a friendly professional manner, looking for a way to approve them. With this philosophy, when have to deny because we cannot approve, we have truly accomplished our decision making mission"...Unfortunately, the attitude of some in BCIS today is appears to be "approve only if you cannot deny."
Eugene J. Flynn
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