By John Powell
Offers info to assist readers comprehend and study the subject of immigration. This paintings contains an advent that lines the background of immigration within the usa, in addition to the entire social and fiscal concerns connected to it. It covers immigration laws and guidelines, controversies, courtroom evaluations, and comparable files.
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Government to qualify for permanent residence; imposed sanctions on employers who knowingly hired illegal aliens, including civil fines and criminal penalties up to $3,000 and six months in jail; prohibited employers from discrimination on the basis of national origins; increased the Border Patrol by 50 percent in 1987 and 1988; and, in a matter unrelated to illegal aliens, introduced a lottery program for 5,000 visas to countries “adversely affected” by provisions of the INA. Because the measure was meant as a onetime resolution of a long-standing problem, a strict deadline for application was established, all applications for legalization being required within one year of May 5, 1987.
IMMIGRATION AFTER THE COLD WAR (1991–2006) The same questions that had dogged immigration policy since the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) of 1965 continued into the 1990s along three lines—what standard policy should be regarding legal immigration, what exceptions should be made, and what were the best means of stemming the tide of illegal immigration. The Immigration Act of 1990 addressed the first of these concerns. S. immigration policy since the INA, immigration preference classes were divided into two broad categories—family sponsorship and employment-related—with an annual review of the number limits in each category.
Between December 1906 and January 1908, three separate but related agreements were reached that addressed both Japanese concerns over the welfare of the immigrants and Californian concerns over the growing numbers of Japanese laborers. In February 1907, immigration legislation was amended to halt the flow of Japanese laborers from Hawaii, Canada, or Mexico, which in turn led the San Francisco school board to rescind on March 13 their segregation resolution. In discussions of December 1907, the Japanese government agreed to restrict passports for travel to the continental United States to non-laborers, former residents, or the family members of Japanese immigrants.
Immigration (Library in a Book) by John Powell