Mccarran-Walter Act of 1952

The McCarran-Walter Act, also called the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, was meant to systematize immigration to the United States. This act is noted for establishing trends in immigration policy that were expanded in later congressional legislation. The most liberal ...

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