WHAT IS THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT?
CARING AND COMPASSIONATE WASHINGTON D.C. IMMIGRATION LAWYERS
The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 is found in the United States Code under Title 8. This piece of legislation contains all of the policies and laws pertaining to immigration in the United States. Changes were made which eliminated several outdated notions and allowed many immigrants to gain citizenship who previously would have not been granted access. In 1965, another amendment was made which eliminated the origins quota system, offering incredible opportunity to many non-citizens.
The 1965 act included several revisions, including:
- Preference which is given to workers who have exceptional skill
- Preference which is given to helping maintain families
- Accepting a higher number of immigrants from Latin America, Africa, and Asia
- Removing the quota system which was based on nation of origin
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