The Legion of Christ is currently undergoing an "Apostolic Visitation" by the Vatican - a form of internal church investigation ordered by the pope and undertaken by his delegates. The pope sets the jurisdiction and powers of the visitation, which usually ends with the submission of a report to the Holy See. Initially, the results of the investigation were promised for March of this year. However, I've heard from a reliable source that the results may be delayed by as much as two months. As far as I can tell, the Legion is cooperating fully with the investigation.
Another, separate, Apostolic Visitation is being conducted in the United States. According to the Vatican, it is a response to "concerns expressed by American Catholics -- religious, laity, clergy and hierarchy -- about the welfare of religious women and consecrated life in general." Mother Mary Clare, ASCJ is in charge of this visitation. In a letter dated January, 10, 2010, she expresses her "sadness and disappointment" that not all congregations have responded in a manner supportive of the goals and purpose of the Apostolic Visitation.