The new Cuban immigrants: their background and prospects

Bach, Robert L.
October 1980
Monthly Labor Review;Oct80, Vol. 103 Issue 10, p39
Academic Journal
Discusses the age, education and skill levels of aliens employed in the U.S. History of U.S. immigration law; Last occupation in Cuba for refugees; Role of existing enclave.


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