The story has two brief one page interludes that feature the other members of X-Force. The first shows DaCosta talking to the INS agents. He isn't very happy, but since he came into the US on a student visa and is neither studying nor holding a job he's illegal in the US. He yells harassment, but his lawyer tells Roberto to let him handle it. He tells the INS that it's true that he overstayed his visa, but many kids do that and they don't need to press charges. He informs them that the next day Roberto will begin working at the San Francisco office of DaCosta International, and that he's spoken to a judge about expediting his green card. The INS agent tell him that Roberto is one rich kid that neither he nor the judge can "get out of jail free" (nice touch). The agent shows a picture of Roberto on the Colorado University Campus in the company of Reignfire a mutant terrorist wanted for the destruction of a Vegas casino. Roberto wants to explain, but realizes that he can't do so without revealing that he's Sunspot (who might also be wanted since X-Force is a "terrorist" group) and exposing everyone else on the team. The agent tells him that he has two choices: to stay in the US and face criminal conspiracy charges or to leave the country voluntarily.
The second interlude is at the very end. It shows Sam, James, Tabitha, Dani, and Jesse in the park. James is sitting and talking with Tabitha while the others toss around a frisbee. James tells Tabby how he wished he could have done more to help Siryn or convince her to stay. Tabitha tells him that sometimes you just need to give people their space and then laughs at herself because she must not really know anything about relationships, especially since Bobby never came home after she broke up with him. Sam says that Bobby hasn't been with anyone as long as with her since his first girlfriend back in Brazil and that he's sure he'll be back soon when he gets over it. He seems to be taking things pretty well seeing as how he and Tabby broke up not all that long ago. He tosses the frisbee to Dani, but the frisbee is destroyed in a blast of energy. You see a word balloon telling Dani that someone (we aren't shown anyone) has need of her power and that the world depends on her for our finale.
The story is ok. It's nice to see a few plot threads followed up, like the whole Reignfire thing comming back to haunt Bobby. I think the INS thing is a brilliant idea too. Something you don't really see in comics. Other than the nice little scene in the park the story is pretty slow and you can really tell how this is a filler issue. If I'd have to use one word do describe this issue, summing up story and art, mediocre would be the word to use.