Legislation clamps entitlement of immigrant workers

Flynn, Gillian
May 1994
Personnel Journal;May94, Vol. 73 Issue 5, p149
Discusses two pieces of legislation which put restrictions on immigrants seeking to work or receive workers' benefits in the United States HR 3860. Sponsor of the Comprehensive Immigration and Asylum Reform Act of 1994.


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