Two federal courts have given a stamp of approval to the Immigration and Naturalization Service’s Operation Last Call, a 1998 initiative aimed at deporting immigrants in Texas who had been convicted three or more times of driving while intoxicated.

Immigration lawyers had widely criticized the INS for taking the position that driving while intoxicated is a “crime of violence” and thus deportable under the Immigration and Nationality Act.

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