Study of Immigration and Naturalization Laws and Problems: Hearings Before ..., 79-1

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Pagina 12 - That exclusive jurisdiction to naturalize aliens as citizens of the United States is hereby conferred upon the following specified courts: United States circuit and district courts now existing, or which may hereafter be established by Congress In any State, United States district courts for the Territories of Arizona...
Pagina 12 - Territory; also all courts of record in any state or territory now existing, or which may hereafter be created, having a seal, a clerk, and jurisdiction in actions at law or equity, or law and equity, in which the amount in controversy is unlimited.
Pagina 63 - ... manner as provided for in sections 19 and 20 of the Immigration Act of 1917 : Provided, That the Secretary of Labor may, under such conditions and restrictions as to support and care as he may deem necessary, permit permanently to remain in the United States, any alien child who, when under...
Pagina 93 - ... political leaders predominate among those who wish to return. Jews are almost unanimous in their intention not to return. Nearly all have shown great eagerness to become naturalized. Many of them took out their first papers almost immediately after their arrival. Only a few have failed to apply. Fully half of the refugees have been granted citizenship, the rest being in various stages of getting it. This is a remarkable record, considering the brief period of time they have been here.
Pagina 99 - Jews, the problem is so great and so complex that bold, farreaching measures are necessary to solve it. Only by the cooperative effort of all nations can the refugee problem be solved satisfactorily. A step in this direction was taken in 1938 with the creation, at the initiative of the United States, of the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees. Another step was taken in 1943 by the establishment of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), in which the United States...
Pagina 63 - States, or to have remained therein for a longer time than permitted under this Act or regulations made thereunder, shall be taken into custody and deported in the same manner as provided for in sections 19 and 20 of the Immigration Act of 1917: Provided, That the...
Pagina 63 - Any alien who at any time after entering the United States is found to have been at the time of entry not entitled under this act to enter the United States, or to have remained therein for a longer time than permitted under this act or regulations made thereunder...
Pagina 92 - ... expected, the older people. Refugee women on the whole appear to adapt themselves more readily to American life than the men. The women are quicker in acquiring the language and adapting themselves to new customs. They find it easier to get jobs. They accept inferior types of work with more composure than the men, to whom this means a greater sense of loss and frustration. They encounter less prejudice in the labor and business fields because they are less likely to be considered as permanent...
Pagina 87 - ... time or another, into the most important refugeereceiving areas: France (including North Africa), 800,000; Palestine, 150,000; Great Britain, 140,000; Latin America, 125,ooo ; Italy, 1 1 6,000 ; East African Colonies, 90,000 ; Switzerland, 80,000 ; Sweden, 44,000 ; Shanghai, 30,000 ; Spain, 1 8,000 ; and Canada, 6,000. HOW MANY REFUGEES CAME TO THE UNITED STATES? THERE are no official figures on the number of refugees admitted to the United States, since refugees are not separately classified...
Pagina 92 - ... country reveal that refugees take part in all kinds of community activities. They readily intermarry with native Americans, especially with persons of their own religion and national background. Of those who have married since their arrival, 30 per cent of the men and 17 per cent of the women have married native Americans, unusually high percentages for a foreign-born group. The only age group that experiences real difficulty in adjusting to American life is, as might be expected, the older people....

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