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Priority: Normal Subject:Fwd:FW: Fwd[4]:AL HAZMI, NAWAF Re: adjudications processing of another of the hijackers.

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discretion to .forgive a late,, filing, if it is;, brief and the applicant has a good story. This also occurs7 with the 1129 H1B filings, a grey area that we have all been aware of, unhappy about, but aware of. How do you suppose the press may spin this, and mftre importantly, how: will the INS defend itself? This has been reported to \, etc. Thank you.

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Sorry, I thought I'd copied you on this message earlier.

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This was the situation I was trying to remetnber earlier today when we spoke.

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~lfhis is a common occurrence that is within the adjudicator's

discretion to forgive a late filing, if it is brief and the applicant has a good story.

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Sorry, I thought I'd copied you on this message earlier.

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Here's notice of a potential publicity nightmare.

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AL HAZMI, Nawaf, one of the five hijackers on American Airlines Flight 77, was oroved for a B2 extension even though he was out-of-status at the time of ,,,,ng, and he stayed in the U.S. illegally after the date his visa had been extended.

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AL HAZMI entered the U.S. on 1/15/2000. He was admitted until 7/14/2000. applied for an extension (WACOO-223-50802) of his B-2 visa on 7/27/2000 ^.lirteen days after his visa had already expired). WACOO-223-50802 was approved on 6/18/2001. His extension was approved from 7/15/2000 to 01/14/2001. His extension was approved 5 months after the date that he had been extended to. He was out-of-status as of 01/15/2001. He did not file any other extensions to cover his unlawful presence from 01/14/2001.