Political Refugees

December 1977
New Republic;12/3/77, Vol. 177 Issue 23, p6
Focuses on the immigration policies in Rumania as of December 1977. Migration policy shared with the U.S.; Information that the number of immigrant visas and conditional entries available under the U.S. immigration law each year are fixed; Revealment that about 200 Rumanians are stuck in Rome awaiting admission to the U.S.; Creation of a new category in immigration law to cover political refugees; Description of the parole authority used by the U.S. for political refugees.


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