Shaping future immigration
- House Democrats ready to give immigration bill another shot. Allen, Jared; Rushing, J. Taylor // Hill;3/25/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 35, p4
The article reports that the U.S. House of Representatives is preparing for more debates over the issue of immigration legislation.
- Fortress North America: The new immigration law. Anderson, George M. // America;5/9/1998, Vol. 178 Issue 16, p3
Comments on the United States Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act. Implications of the provisions of the law; Representative Mel Watt's description of the immigration policy; Professor Carol Buckler's emphasis on the human dimension of the law's impact on asylum seekers.
- Immigration reforms move through Congress. // American Nurseryman;5/01/96, Vol. 183 Issue 9, p8
Reports on legislative measures in the US Congress related to immigration reforms. House of Representatives' vote to enforce tougher border controls on illegal immigration and eliminate provisions for reducing the number of resident visas.
- Clinton eases immigration rule. // American Nurseryman;8/01/96, Vol. 184 Issue 3, p8
Reports that the Clinton Administration has advised the US Congress to delete a provision in a proposed immigration bill.
- Los Olvidados:* Images of the Immigrant, political power... Johnson, Keith R. // Brigham Young University Law Review;1993, Vol. 1993 Issue 4, p1139
Presents a discussion of immigration and immigrants in the United States. Factors that limit the influence of noncitizens; Information on legislation for immigration; Historical information on immigrants and immigration; Reasons for immigration from Haiti; Trends in immigration litigation...
- Immigration Legislation. // Congressional Digest;Mar1986, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p69
Pending in the House is the Senate-passed Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1985. Discussion of the legislation includes controlling illegal entry; recent action in Congress; and a summary of the Senate-passed act.
- The Immigration Act Of 1989. // Congressional Digest;Oct89, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p225
Presents a general discussion of the immigration issue in the United States. Reforms; Conflicts.
- Amendments To S. 358, The Immigration Act Of 1989. // Congressional Digest;Oct89, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p232
Presents the amendments considered by the Senate to S.358, the immigration Act of 1989, as described in the Congressional Record.
- Major Provisions Of S. 358. // Congressional Digest;Oct89, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p233
Summarizes S. 358, the Immigration Act of 1989, as amended, which was passed in the Senate on July 13, 1989 by a vote of 81-17 and which still awaits action by the House of Representatives.
- Should The Senate-Passed Immigration Act Of 1989 Be Approved? // Congressional Digest;Oct89, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p236
Presents the arguments from the pro side of the debate over whether or not the Senate-passed Immigration Act of 1989 should be approved as argued by the Hon. Edward M. Kennedy, Hon. Alan K. Simpson, Hon. Paul Simon, Hon. Phil Gramm, Hon. Terry Sanford, and the Hon. Brock Adams.