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  • INDIANS MAY BE NEXT!! ON THE SPECIAL REG.

    LET GET TOGETHER AND FIGHT THIS THING BEFORE WE ALL GET SCREWED!!

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    LET GET TOGETHER AND FIGHT THIS THING BEFORE WE ALL GET SCREWED!!

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    • #3
      Indians are Good people.
      You don't worry.
      They are God fearing people.
      One of the Indian says that let INS be after us, Satya Mev Jayte truth wins always. Also because Indians volunteering to co-operate with INS . unless INS do search on Religion basis . all religious people
      should not worry.
      Live peacefully on the planet

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      • #4
        These are the countries that most likely will be required to register, I suppose:

        http://chasing.8m.com/

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        • #5
          This is an immigration discussion board, not a political platform. We just share our problems and experiences regarding immigration here. Let us keep it like that.

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          • #6
            No problem !
            nothing will happen to indian
            Eat Drink And be Marry
            Now go to work .
            ok
            INS Officer

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            • #7
              if we fight now we wont have any problem.. pro active indian!

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              • #8
                I dont think so.
                Nothing will happen to Indians.Rest assure .
                I had a talk with Ins officer.
                ok

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                • #9
                  Within the next several months, the rest of the world's countries will be included and this will become the normal operating mode. Immigration lawyers will be a lot busier and INS waits for immigration benefits will probably be a lot slower. Oh, and did I mention that the INS is going to go out of existence this year and be replaced by two new government agencies in the new Department of Homeland Security? Wait until you see what that massive reorganization is going to do.

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                  • #10
                    Who ever calls him self INS Officer is nuts, don't lesson to this looser as before the end of this year all asian and african countries will be required to register.

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                    • #11
                      I think after every non-immigrant has been registered, Department of Justice (or the Department of Homeland Security) should require all green card holders to register; then after a little while, all Americans.

                      If some of the perpetrators of Al-Quaeda terrorist attacks may well happen to be green card holders or even US citizens, why shouldn't our government register them as well?

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                      • #12
                        I agree that all green card-holders should be required to register, but not American citizens.

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                        • #13
                          http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/forums?a=...502#2706028502

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                          • #14
                            Just GCs,

                            You have your facts wrong. Green card holders have already undergone picture taking, fingerprinting and background screening. Having them to through this again would only prove that the government doesn't have its stuff together.

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                            • #15
                              LOS ANGELES, Jan 17: The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) will register citizens of all the countries, who came in the country before Sept 30, 2002, said a senior INS official said.

                              "It is part of a law that was passed in 1996 and we are now just getting around it," said Ronald Smith, the INS Los Angeles District Director, in an exclusive telephone interview to Dawn.

                              Smith said the Justice Department had decided to put all the countries into National Security Entry-Exit Registration System (NSEERS) by 2005. When asked whether the condition would be applicable to citizens of India and China, Smith said: "Yes."

                              In reply to a question why so far the names of only Muslim countries are coming up for registration, Smith said it was just a matter of priority according to national security concerns. However, that does not mean that Muslims or Pakistani community were being targeted and made victims of some sort of religious profiling.

                              The INS district director was upbeat on improving the registration procedure, saying, it was an evolving process.

                              He said already the registration process had gone through massive changes. The system had now become much milder, simplified and kinder to Pakistanis and Saudis and for upcoming countries, which fall in the second or third list of countries.

                              Without giving any statistics, Smith, however, said so far the turnout for registration was very small.

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