A discussion about several proposals to restructure the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Such changes have been proposed many times in the past, but have new urgency since the threat of terrorism brought increased focus to the millions of people who cross US borders every year.

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  • Pete Nunez former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Enforcement and lecturer in political science at the University of San Diego
  • Doris Meissner senior fellow, Migration Policy Institute; former Commissioner of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (1993-2000)
  • Frank Sharry executive director of the National Immigration Forum

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