Alien Laws and Trends in U.S. Today

January 1948
Congressional Digest;Jan1948, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p15
Discusses laws and trends governing aliens and immigrants in the United States as of 1948. Qualifications that aliens who wish to emigrate to the U.S. must meet; Immigration priority given to displaced persons within the legal quotas for each nationality; Direction of immigration and alien matters by the Immigration and Naturalization Service in the Department of Justice.


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