Pakistan Reacts to I.N.S. Rules NPR's Ivan Watson reports on Pakistani reaction to the new policy of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service that requires visitors from two dozen Muslim nations to register with the I.N.S. or risk being deported. Many Pakistanis voice outrage at the new policy, and Pakistan's foreign minister is urging Washington to exempt Pakistani citizens.

Pakistan Reacts to I.N.S. Rules

Pakistan Reacts to I.N.S. Rules

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NPR's Ivan Watson reports on Pakistani reaction to the new policy of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service that requires visitors from two dozen Muslim nations to register with the I.N.S. or risk being deported. Many Pakistanis voice outrage at the new policy, and Pakistan's foreign minister is urging Washington to exempt Pakistani citizens.