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His concerns centered on whether the INS "will assign and train sufficient numbers of dedicated staff to re view and approve the schools' applications to access SEVIS; whether SEVIS will be operational at all INS ports of entry, service centers, and consular posts; whether the INS will conduct sufficient and thorough site visits of schools applying to accept foreign students; whether the INS adequately will train school officials to use SEVIS; and whether INS will train INS inspectors and investigators adequately to use SEVIS to detect fraud.