Counterterrorism experts say new immigration controls not much help

Zapor, Patricia
April 2003
National Catholic Reporter;4/25/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 25, p12
Reports on the failure of immigration restrictions imposed since September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in improving national security of the U.S. according to counterterrorism experts. Disadvantages of alienating immigrant communities; Problems created by policies for the immigrants; Need for making immigration an important national priority.


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