INS not deporting undetained illegals coming from terror states

[JURIST] A Department of Justice report issued Wednesday concludes that the US Immigration and Naturalization Service is "ineffective" at removing illegal aliens coming from states designated as sponsoring terrorist activity - including Iraq, Libya, North Korea and Sudan - who have been ordered removed from the US but who had not been formally detained. Of a 2001 sample of 470 such nondetained aliens subject to deportation orders, the INS removed only 6%. Review the full report [PDF text].



 

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