More than a year after Attorney General Alberto Gonzales chided immigration judges for “intemperate and abusive” behavior toward aliens, there is no sign of the new code of conduct, performance evaluations or judge proficiency testing that he ordered in August.

Now Congress has also gotten involved, sending Government Accountability Office investigators around the country poking into the immigration judging process, with a report expected perhaps as early as June.

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