American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. Immigration and Naturalization Service
- abbr. International News Service
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation
- n. of inspector;
- n. of insurance.
- n. astronomy Isolated neutron star.
- n. Inertial navigation system.
- n. US, historical Immigration and naturalization service.
- military, nautical Initialism of Indian Naval Ship.
- n. an agency in the Department of Justice that enforces laws and regulations for the admission of foreign-born persons to the United States
“And I'll be honest with you, we got a long way to go to make sure that what they call the INS is working the way we want it to work.”
“Another one is what we call INS, or inertia navigational system, gyro, self - contained.”
“But only the INS is empowered to directly deport the people, so all the state can do is deliver the arrestees to the feds to be deported.”
“The question is addressed in INS v. Chadha, 462 U.S.”
“Malpractice INS is running folks right out of business.”
“Joi says, It's a game for kids teaching them about their rights and trying to stop abusive anti-due-process stuff the INS is doing.”
“(Four Justices agreed with the Marshall position in INS v.St. Cyr, and although the majority signaled its disagreement, it did not actually resolve the constitutional question.)”
“CIS, that's an agency that was formerly known as the INS and that's because neither of these two men are from the states.”
“I called the INS, fully expecting someone to come screeching up in front of this house an hour later, apprehend the illegals and deport them.”
“I called the INS fully expecting somebody to come screeching up in front of this house an hour later, apprehend the illegals and deport them.”
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