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Is ICE Playing Catch Up?<br />SEVIS Information Collections and most others have been largely ignored for years.<br />As I...
ICE has a rather small presence on the web in relation to its regulatory role under the INA.<br />www.regulations.gov<br /...
Re-posting OLD FR Notices of 11/04/05 ><br />And 07/22/2010 >>>><br />NEW eBonds >>>>>><br />Renewed Qualitative Feedback ...
Search for Public Submissions to ICE and you might think there have been none. That is NOT the case.<br />
See what ICE has reported here. Also nothing! BUT this  is NOT reality! Where are the comments? <br />
Perhaps ICE is turning over a new leaf?<br />Follow this trail and find out for yourself. <br />http://www.reginfo.gov/pub...
What is it? >>><br />What? Where? <br />OMB’s Notice dated 2/24/2009 states, in part:<br />“COMMENT: Terms of the previous...
What ‘s this?>>> >>>>>>>><br />April & June FR Notices  posted in August & Sept<br />
<<<Follow this trail, please.<br />Here is another ICE action and ICE got at least ONE comment but completely ignored it a...
Click it.>>>>>><br />
Click it.<br />
ICE’s Supporting Statement includes Justification item A.8 which instructs in pertinent part:  <br />“Summarize public com...
I ask again and expand:  <br /><ul><li>Is ICE playing catch up?
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Is ICE playing catch up REVISED 10 03-2011

  1. 1. Is ICE Playing Catch Up?<br />SEVIS Information Collections and most others have been largely ignored for years.<br />As Intended or by accident?<br />
  2. 2. ICE has a rather small presence on the web in relation to its regulatory role under the INA.<br />www.regulations.gov<br />This screenshot is from October 2, 2011, as are the ones that follow.<br />Private Bill Form >>>>><br /> (G-79A)<br />Form G-146 >>>>>>>><br />Crime Tip Reporting>><br />I-333 >>>>>>>>>>>><br />SEVIS >>>>>>>>>>>>><br />
  3. 3. Re-posting OLD FR Notices of 11/04/05 ><br />And 07/22/2010 >>>><br />NEW eBonds >>>>>><br />Renewed Qualitative Feedback >>>>>>>>>><br />SEVIS (I-901) >>>>>>><br />I-333 >>>>>>>>>>>>><br />Crime Tips >>>>>>>>><br />G-146 >>>>>>>>>>>>><br />EADs >>>>>>>>>>>>><br />EADS >>>>>>>>>>>>><br />
  4. 4. Search for Public Submissions to ICE and you might think there have been none. That is NOT the case.<br />
  5. 5. See what ICE has reported here. Also nothing! BUT this is NOT reality! Where are the comments? <br />
  6. 6. Perhaps ICE is turning over a new leaf?<br />Follow this trail and find out for yourself. <br />http://www.reginfo.gov/public/do/PRAOMBHistory?ombControlNumber=1653-0034 <<<<<<<<<<<<< CLICK-IT<br />
  7. 7. What is it? >>><br />What? Where? <br />OMB’s Notice dated 2/24/2009 states, in part:<br />“COMMENT: Terms of the previous clearance remain in effect. DHS will resubmit this collection in<br />conjunction with final rulemaking.” And it includes: EXPIRATION DATE: 09/30/2011<br />
  8. 8. What ‘s this?>>> >>>>>>>><br />April & June FR Notices posted in August & Sept<br />
  9. 9. <<<Follow this trail, please.<br />Here is another ICE action and ICE got at least ONE comment but completely ignored it and did not post it or address it in its follow up supporting statement.<br />
  10. 10. Click it.>>>>>><br />
  11. 11. Click it.<br />
  12. 12.
  13. 13. ICE’s Supporting Statement includes Justification item A.8 which instructs in pertinent part: <br />“Summarize public comments received in response to that notice and describe actions taken by the agency in response to these comments.”<br />ICE’s Response to the OMB formulaic Supporting Statement item:<br /> “On November 5, 2010, ICE published a notice in the Federal Register at 75 FR 68371, soliciting public review and comment for a 60 day period on the proposed extension of the approval of this information collection. ICE received no public comment during this period. On January 27, 2011, ICE published a follow up notice in the Federal Register at 76 FR 4931, soliciting public review and comment for an additional 30 day period on the proposed extension of the approval of this information collection.”<br />
  14. 14. I ask again and expand: <br /><ul><li>Is ICE playing catch up?
  15. 15. It this a sign of change?
  16. 16. Is this an improvement?
  17. 17. Will this prove to be a new </li></ul> chapter in the ICE story? <br />Time will tell.<br />

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