Immigration Issues and Legislation in the 98th Congress

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This report discusses Immigration reform, which continues to be of concern in the '96th Congress, and
legislation has been moving quickly. Specific issues include illegal
immigration, temporary workers, legalization, asylum adjudications, and legal
immigration. The legislation under consideration is the Immigration Reform
and Control Act of 1983, popularly referred to as the Simpson-Mazzoli bill,
introduced in the House and Senate on Feb, 17, 1983 as H.R. 1510 and S. 529.

Creator(s): Vialet, Joyce
Location(s): United States
Creation Date: December 2, 1983
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Place of Publication: Washington D.C.
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  • Creation: December 2, 1983
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Description:

This report discusses Immigration reform, which continues to be of concern in the '96th Congress, and
legislation has been moving quickly. Specific issues include illegal
immigration, temporary workers, legalization, asylum adjudications, and legal
immigration. The legislation under consideration is the Immigration Reform
and Control Act of 1983, popularly referred to as the Simpson-Mazzoli bill,
introduced in the House and Senate on Feb, 17, 1983 as H.R. 1510 and S. 529.

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21 Pages.

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