Immigration (71 - 74 of 74 items)
Controls Over Nonimmigrant Aliens Remain Ineffective
GGD-80-87: Published: Sep 11, 1980. Publicly Released: Oct 2, 1980.
It was requested that GAO review certain activities of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), which is responsible for admitting aliens, monitoring their status, and apprehending those who violate the conditions of their entry. INS does not, however, have the capability to monitor the status of nonimmigrant aliens, such as foreign students, diplomats, and tourists. The Iranian crisis fo...
More Can Be Done To Speed the Entry of International Travelers
GGD-79-84: Published: Aug 30, 1979. Publicly Released: Sep 13, 1979.
Travelers complain that they must wait for hours for separate inspection by the Departments of Immigration, Customs, and Agriculture when entering the United States. Immigration, Customs, and Agriculture have agreed to adopt a "one-stop" inspection process, which should reduce delays in the time-consuming clearance process. In the one-stop system, one inspector carrying out the functions of all ag...
Internal Audit Coverage of Financial Matters in the Department of Justice
FGMSD-77-28: Published: May 13, 1977. Publicly Released: May 13, 1977.
A review of the Department of Justice audit operations concentrated on the Internal Audit Staff, one of three audit organizations in Justice.The staff's primary emphasis was on the Federal Prison System, although it represented only 14 percent of Justice's fiscal year 1976 appropriations. Only 11 of 160 audit reports dealt with the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration and the Federal Bureau o...