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The INS is still a giant devil

An excerpt from MIGRATION NEWS Vol. 5, No. 3, March, 1998
by Philip Martin, University of California, Davis CA 95616

"The INS has in 1997 had 12,400 armed agents, more than any other
federal agency.  Mary Ann Wyrsch, chief of Operations for the US
Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration, was named
Deputy INS Commissioner in February 1998.

Senior House and Senate Republicans are reportedly proposing to follow the
CIR's recommendations and break up the INS.  The
Clinton administration and many immigrant advocates favor additional INS
reforms, but they oppose breaking up the INS.

President Clinton on February 2, 1998 proposed a $4.2 billion budget for
the INS, up from $3.8 billion in FY97 and up from $1.5 billion in FY93.  If
approved, the INS will have a staff of 31,600 in 1999, up from 26,000 in
1997, and almost twice as many as in 1993.  Over half of the $413 million
increase in INS expenditures from FY98 to FY99 is for border control
efforts; no additional funds are earmarked for employer sanctions

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  • Jan 98  Total breakdown imminent
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