Barbara Bradley Reports On The Latest Troubles Facing

the Immigration and Naturalization Service. In the year ending September 1996, right before the presidential election, the INS granted a record one-point-one million citizenships...that's triple an average year. Only later did they find out that about 10,000 new citizens had previously been arrested or convicted of felonies.



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