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The White House itself has taken steps to remove a former Batista official, Col. Mariano Faget, from his preposterous position as interrogator of Cuban refugees for the Immigration Service.
Appointed by Clinton, the U. S. Commission on Immigration Reform recommended reducing legal immigration from about 800, 000 people a year to about 550, 000.
* In April 2004, Beverly Hughes was forced to resign as minister for Immigration, Citizenship and Counter Terrorism when it was shown that she had been informed of procedural improprieties concerning the granting of visas to certain categories of workers from Eastern Europe.
Exhibits include Hearing Room, Peak Immigration Years, the Peopling of America, Restoring a Landmark, Silent Voices, Treasures from Home, and Ellis Island Chronicles.
After widespread criticism of the situation, the government also conceded that maids having advanced renewal of contract would not be required to leave Hong Kong through the discretion exercised by the Director of Immigration, and employers would benefit from the waiver simply by renewing the contract within the two-year period, admitting that some employers could benefit from the waiver for up to 4 years.
Visitors from other countries and regions not participting in waiver programme are required to apply for visas directly to the Hong Kong Immigration Department.
Appointed by Bill Clinton, the U. S. Commission on Immigration Reform recommended reducing legal immigration from about 800, 000 people per year to approximately 550, 000.
Immigration increased even further from 1962 – 1972 when economic growth in Europe occurred, which led to a greater demand for low-skilled labour.
These sanctions included the imposition of Section 212 ( f ) of the Immigration and Nationality Act to refuse entry into the United States of senior government officials and others who formulated, implemented, or benefited from policies impeding Nigeria's transition to democracy ; suspension of all military assistance ; and a ban on the sale and repair of military goods and refinery services to Nigeria.
Immigration from outside the United States resulted in a net increase of 34, 375 people, and migration within the country produced a net gain of 25, 124 people.
Immigration and human rights activists have also noted that Mexican authorities frequently engage in racial profiling, harassment, and shakedowns against migrants from Central America.
Immigration control separates Schengen from non-Schengen Areas.
Immigration policy was liberalised, allowing an influx of immigrants from Asia.
The Immigration Act of 1965 finally allowed Asians and all persons from all nations be given somewhat equal access to immigration and naturalization.
In an August 2010 report, the Center for Immigration Studies, through direct communication with foreign government officials and analysis of relevant foreign law including statutory and constitutional law, was able to confirm that 30 of the world's 194 countries grant automatic birthright citizenship ( although they were not able to obtain definitive information from 19 countries ).
The creation of the Refuge Act began with hearings by the United States Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees and Border Security from 1965 – 1968, which recommended that congress create a uniform system for refugees, but received little support.
From 1910 to 1940, the Angel Island Immigration Station on what is now Angel Island State Park in San Francisco Bay served as the processing center for most of the 56, 113 Chinese immigrants who are recorded as immigrating or returning from China ; upwards of 30 % more who showed up were returned to China.
Immigration, mostly from Marrakesh, has been a portion of that increase.
Immigration to the town increased considerably from 1816 until the 1870s, many of the newcomers being of German ( particularly Lutheran, and Mennonite ) extraction.
In the years after the United States enacted the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, allowing many more immigrants from Asia into the country, the population of Chinatown exploded.
Immigration reform in 1965 opened the door to a huge influx of Cantonese speakers from Hong Kong, and Cantonese became the dominant tongue.

Immigration and Spain
Immigration continued even after Minorca was returned to Spain in 1802 by the Treaty of Amiens )
Immigration to Spain in 2002 by country.
Immigration from Europe was encouraged and people from Spain, Italy, Germany, France and Lebanon came to live in the city.
Immigration to Culiacán comes from all parts of the world, but especially from southern Mexico, Japan, China, and Europe ( Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Greece ).

Immigration and intermarriage
Since the successes of the American Civil Rights Movement and the enactment of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, which allowed for a massive increase in immigration from Latin America and Asia, intermarriage between white and non-white Americans has been increasing.

Immigration and with
Responsibility for the Faget appointment rests with Gen. J. M. Swing, an Eisenhower appointee as head of the Immigration Service.
Hoover learned of the trip and negotiated with the Immigration and Naturalization Service to revoke Chaplin's re-entry permit.
In March 2009, the House of Lords Constitution Committee criticised UK government proposals in the Borders, Citizenship and Immigration Bill dealing with the Common Travel Area, concluding that " the policy-making process ... has not been informed by any real appreciation of the constitutional status of the Crown dependencies or the rights of free movement of Islanders ".
Along with Hillsborough County Sheriff ’ s Office, Tampa Police Department, the State Attorney ’ s Office, the FBI, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms were involved in the operation.
On June 6, 2002, Attorney General Ashcroft proposed regulations that would create a special registration program that required males aged 16 to 64 who were citizens of designated foreign nations resident in the U. S. to register with the Immigration and Naturalization Service ( INS ), have their identity verified, and be interviewed, photographed and fingerprinted.
The U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service ( INS ) initially placed González with paternal relatives in Miami, who sought to keep him in the United States against his father's demands that González be returned to Cuba.
The Peneteka band, agreed to a peace treaty with the German Immigration Company under John O. Meusebach.
The Corrections Corporation of America prison on the east side of town with Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U. S. Marshals Service contracts, contains 2, 304 prisoners, almost entirely of Hispanic ethnicity, which are included in the U. S. Census Bureau statistics.
In collaboration with Québec Ministry of Immigration, it awards the Mérites en francisation des nouveaux arrivants ( Merits in Francization of new immigrants ).
World War I, together with the restrictive Emergency Quota Act of 1921 and Immigration Act of 1924, effectively put an abrupt end to the large flow of Italian immigrants into the country.
In March 1891, he was appointed General Immigration Agent for the Great Northern Railway with headquarters in Chicago and remained with the railroad until his death in 1909.
Not only is the DEA the lead agency for domestic enforcement of the Controlled Substances Act, sharing concurrent jurisdiction with the Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement ( ICE ), it also has sole responsibility for coordinating and pursuing U. S. drug investigations abroad.
The Asylum and Immigration Tribunal ( AIT ) was a tribunal constituted in the United Kingdom with jurisdiction to hear appeals from many immigration and asylum decisions.
The system of appeals to adjudicators ( who were appointed by the Secretary of State ) with the right of subsequent appeal to the Immigration Appeal Tribunal ( IAT ) ( whose members were appointed by the Lord Chancellor ) was first created by the Immigration Appeals Act 1969 ( 1969 c. 21 ).
Immigration Adjudicators considered appeals against decisions made by Immigration Officers, entry clearance officers and the Home Secretary, with permanent centres in Islington in inner London, Hatton Cross, Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Glasgow.
The IAT dealt with applications for leave to appeal and appeals against decisions made by the Immigration Adjudicators, the main hearing centre was in Breams Buildings, just off Chancery Lane, in Central London.
At hearings, asylum seekers and would-be immigrants are usually, but not invariably, represented by legal representatives including barristers, advocates, solicitors, and those registered with the Office of the Immigration Service Commissioner.
The investigative and enforcement functions ( including investigations, deportation, and intelligence ) were combined with INS and U. S. Customs investigators, the Federal Protective Service, and the Federal Air Marshal Service, to create U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement ( ICE ).

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