The Open Door Is Swinging Shut

Korman, Richard; Daniels, Stephen H.; Rosenbaum, David B.; Winston, Sherie
October 2001
ENR: Engineering News-Record;10/22/2001, Vol. 247 Issue 17, p36
Trade Publication
Focuses on the impact of September 11 terrorist attack on the immigration industry in the United States. Restrictions of immigration practices; Benefits gained by nonunion contractors from Latino immigrants; Decline of foreign student applicants.


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