`Interest convergence' and the liberalization of discriminatory immigration and naturalization
- `Interest convergence' and the liberalization of discriminatory immigration and naturalization... Torok, John Hayakawa // Chinese America: History & Perspectives;1995, p1
Focuses on the liberalization of discriminatory immigration and naturalization laws affecting Asian immigrants to the United States during the years 1943-1965. Racial preclusions on the naturalization of Asians; Immigration restrictions; Passing of the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 by Congress;...
- Naturalization rates of Latino immigrants are abysmal. Chavez // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;10/25/99, Vol. 29 Issue 18, p24
Comments on the naturalization rates of Latino immigrants in the United States. Percent of Mexican immigrants who are naturalized; Criticism of the US Immigration and Naturalization Service; Qualifications for citizenship.
- Foreigner ban. Blodgett, Nancy // ABA Journal;Apr86, Vol. 72 Issue 4, p32
Reports on a number of federal district court cases filed challenging the United States government's exclusion of foreigners under two provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. Background on the cases; Profile on the people denied residence status.
- INS admits naturalizing criminals. // Human Events;3/14/97, Vol. 53 Issue 10, p5
Reports on the statement by US Assistant Attorney General Stephen Colgate that 71,557 of the 1,049,872 immigrants naturalized under Vice President Al Gore's program Citizenship USA in 1995 and 1996 were made citizens without undergoing the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) criminal...
- Federal Courts Issues in Immigration Law. Neuman, Gerald L. // Texas Law Review;Jun2000, Vol. 78 Issue 7, p1661
Explores the issues that arise under the immigration statutes of the United States (U.S.) in relation to U.S. federal courts. Removal orders and the suspension clause; Judicial review of expedited removal; Limitation on classwide injunctive relief; Policy on deportation; Naturalization and...
- "Common knowledge" and the legal construction of race: Constructions of white people through U.S. expansionism, naturalization and immigration law. Battalora, Jacqueline // US-China Law Review;Oct2010, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p13
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- Feelings Run Strong on Immigration. Davis, Joan Christie // America;10/11/1958, Vol. 100 Issue 2, p39
The article discusses several provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act that cause disagreement in the U.S. The calculation and racial factor of the annual quota assigned to each country for immigration to the U.S. are noted. The Act provides a probationary period for naturalized...
- Random Justice. // Atlantic;Oct2007, Vol. 300 Issue 3, p33
The article summarizes a study by three law professors about what factors count most in determining whether a refugee can gain asylum in the U.S. Acceptance rates vary widely across U.S states and among federal judges. The gender and ethnicity of the applicant seem to play a significant role as...
- Asia-Pacific triangle. // America;3/19/1949, Vol. 80 Issue 24, p643
The article reports on the changes in U.S. immigration and naturalization laws under the House Resolution (HR) 199 approved by the House of Representatives on March 1, 1949 particularly one concerning people in the Asia-Pacific triangle.