Fortress America: No More Entry?

Last year, like more than 500,000 other foreigners, a man named Hani Hanjour used a student visa to enter the U.S. He had been accepted to an intensive English course run by ELS Language Centers at Holy Names College in Oakland, Calif., where the basic admission requirement is ability to pay the $1,325 fee. When classes began last November, Hanjour didn't show. Immigration officials, who rarely track the whereabouts of student visa holders, had no idea where he was. The FBI now believes he spent much of his time in San Diego and Maryland, trying to hone his flying skills. But...

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