To Exempt from the Quota Husbands of American Citizen Wives and to Limit the Presumption that Certain Alien Relatives May Become Public Charges: Hearings Before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, Seventy-second Congress, First Session, on H.R. 5869, H.R. 7614, S. 2656
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admitted alien American citizens American women Answer appeared application approved BAKER bank become a public believe BERNSTEIN BIELSKI bill BRADFELD bring CABLE called CHAIRMAN committee Congress consideration consul Department earn Europe evidence fact FALKOWSKY father favor Federation of Labor FLASCHENBERG FREE gave gentlemen girl give given going hearing HODGDON House husband husbands of American HUSHING immigration immigration laws interested January JENKINS JOHNSON keep KOLINSKY ladies live marriage married matter MILLARD Miss months naturalized nonquota NYCLICH organization parents passed person petition Poland present public charge Question quota reason record reference refused relatives Representatives restriction ROSENBERG savings sent statement STEINKOHL Street submit tell thing told trying understand United visa week wife witness wives woman women York ZILBERBLATT
Pagina 16 - When used in this chapter the term "nonquota immigrant" means — (a) An immigrant who is the unmarried child under twenty-one years of age, or the wife, or the husband of a citizen of the United States : Provided, That the marriage shall have occurred prior to issuance of visa and, in the case of husbands of citizens, prior to July 1, 1932.
Pagina 29 - When used in this act the term "non-quota immigrant" means — (a) An immigrant who is the unmarried child under twentyone years of age, or the wife of a citizen of the United States, or the husband of a citizen of the United States by a marriage occurring prior to June 1, 1928...
Pagina 70 - Hearings before the House Committee on Immigration and Naturalization. To Exempt from the Quota Husbands of American Citizen Wives and to Limit the Presumption That Certain Alien Relatives May Become Public Charges.
Pagina 35 - Will you give your full name to the reporter, for the record ? Mr.
Pagina 29 - ... of such nationality who are the unmarried children under 21 years of age, or the wives, of alien residents of the United States who were lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence.
Pagina 47 - There is a lecord here that shows that of the (4,059.96 of her savings, $2,300 according to her own statement, represents presents from parents, not her own earnings Mrs. NTCLICH. I beg your pardon. The CHAIRMAN. Now, just a minute. How much of the $2,300 represents presents? There is $2,300. Mrs. NYCLICH. I beg your pardon. There was only $1,000 that I received as a present; and when I was investigated by the department I signed that same statement that I sent to my husband before, and he just simply...
Pagina 2 - ... unnecessary. We are referred to a decision of the District Court for the Southern District of New York in United States ex rel. Freeman v. Williams (DC) 175 Fed. 274, in which the deportation of an alien whose career before entering the United States had been one of habitual delinquency was sustained on the ground that he was likely to become a public charge. We are not persuaded by this decision, and think Savitsky did not fall within the class under which the order of deportation was made....
Pagina 21 - Congress, disturbed by reported abuses, opined that in 1917 if "a man had $25 or $50 in his pocket and a good pair of eyes and a good heart, he was not a public charge.
Pagina 5 - The CHAIRMAN. You are a citizen of the United States, are you? Mr.