Statement on 1997 appropriations for the Immigration and Naturalization Service

Clinton, William J.
January 1997
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;1/20/97, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p47
Government Documents
Presents the statement of the President of the United States on the appropriations for the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) given on January 14, 1997. Growth of INS funding since 1993; Control of borders; Commitment to an immigration policy cognizant of the value of legal immigration and focused on efforts to restrict illegal immigration.


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