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Miscellaneous comments 140, 144, 145, 1175. 1520, 1526, 1542, 1732, 1784

Natural right to migrate 183, 288

Neighborhood investigations 522

Pacifists 292

Refusal of visa not invasion of 11, 15

Registration of aliens 607, 645, 719, 722, 829

Second-class citizens 63,

83, 93, 97, 105, 106, 119, 131, 133, 140, 173, 217, 233, 262, 266, 280,
290, 347, 368, 371, 374, 440, 474, 503, 520, 526, 543, 558, 606, 619, 621,
625, 654, 692, 733, 734, 763, 822, 845, 939, 1023, 1034, 1074, 1103, 1130,
1138, 1174, 1331, 1519, 1526, 1543, 1569, 1600, 1768, 1770, 1771, 1784,
1789-1790, 1791.

Statements by Danila Pascu 532, 1822, 182S

Supreme Court rulings 675, 764

Social-security records of aliens not confidential 607

Statement by :

American Civil Liberties Union 9, 14, 515, 675

American Jewish Congress 675

Jewish organizations 108, 1547

Statute of limitations eliminated 519, 522, 544,

606, 007, 632, 644, 692, 748, 781, 1409, 1551, 1555, 1600, 1622

Commission on Immigration (proposed) __52, 60, 65, 79, 104, 116, 191, 340, 374, 376,

475, 795, 820, 822, 836, 952, 1221, 1317, 1328, 1542, 1554, 1724, 1791

S. J. Res. 169 65

Commission on Immigration and Naturalization. See President's Commission

on Immigration and Naturalization.
Communism. See Security asi>ects of immigration ; also names of specific coun-
tries.
Consular officers :

Cancellation of citizenship certificates 661

Foreign Service posts 1863

Irregularities alleged on the part of 1016,1534,1835

Miscellaneous comments 64,

549, 757, 934, 1273, 1497, 1541, 1544, 1716, 1775, 1810, 1834
Review of consular decisions. See Hearings and appeals.

Sole authority to issue visas 10. 15, 07, 107, 110,339,

549, 654, 767, 804, 838, 1110, 1156, 1534, 1541, 1786, 1835, 1836, 1837
Visa ofiicers (of the American Foreign Service) — Special studt by

Department of State 1864

Beginning age, average 1865

Difficultie.s and problems confronting 1873

Complexity 1874

Pressure 1874

Responsibility ' 1873

Incentives or rewards 1872



INDEX 2063

FaBC
Consular officers — CoutiiuitMl
Visa officers — Continued

Number on duty abroad 1865

On basis of {geographical areas 1865

Vacancies 1865

Qualifications :

Kducation, oxperlenre, (raining, abilities 1865, 18G(»

Statistical analysis of present visa officers 1865

Personal 1866

Reprimand, suspension, transfer, or removal 1873

Iletirement provisions 1873

Average retirement, age- 1865

Visa service series 1866

Visa offi er group 6 18(>7

Guide line control 1867

Management responsibility 1868

Mental demands 1867

Nature and variety of work 1867

Personal relationships . 1868

Significance of judgments and decisions 1868

Supervisory assistance 1867

Visa officer group 9 1868

Guide line control 1869

Management responsibility 1870

Mental demands 1869

Nature and variety of work 1869

Personal relationships 1869

Signifieance of judgments and decisions 1870

Supervisory assistance 1869

Visa officer group 10 1870

Guide line control 1870

Management responsibility 1871

Mental demands 1870

Nature and variety of work 1870

Personal relationships 1871

Significance of judgments and decisions 1871

Supervisory assistance 1870

* Visa officer group 12 1871

Guide line control 1872

Management responsibility 1872

Mental demands 1872

Nature and variety of work 1871

Personal relationships 1872

Significance of judgments and decisions 1872

Supervisory assistance 1871

Years of service, average , 1865

Criminals. See Deportation of aliens; Social aspects of immigration.
Croats. Sec Yugoslavia.
Cultural aspects of immigration :

Contribution to American culture by (see also names of specific coun-
tries) :

Alien musicians 295, 1785

Displaced persons settled in New York State 174, 1263

European immigrants— 70, .SO, 113, 295, 352, 440, 444, 761, 764, 1145, 1785

Slavic peoples 401

Cultural assimilation. See Anthropologic and ethnic considerations.
InviteK.>s, conferees, to scientific, cultural, etc., meetings. See Admis-
sion of aliens.

Miscellaneous comments 170, 174

477, 670, 858, 859, 1119, 1523, 1782-1783, 1808
Statement by :

Cranbrook institutions 629

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 15S



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Czechoslovakia :

Communism in 1767

Emigration policies of 1934

Immigration to United States from 114, 1540

Quota: 841

Kefugees from 1249

Statement by :

Council of Free Czechoslovakia 1765

Masaryk Alliance 1235

D

Defense. See Military-manpower needs.

Demographic aspects of immigration (see aho Historical background;
Surplus populations) :

Birth rates 330, 1138, 1390

Decline in farm population 1356, 1368

Graph and statistical data 1360

Increase in United States population 203,

206, 653, 657, 696, 931, 933, 1160, 1278, 1392, 1394, 1402-1403, 1610

Graph and statistical data 1359

Miscellaneous comments 113,

126, 173, 789, 931, 933, 941, 1337, 1343, 1514, 1515, 1517, 1828
Relative growth patterns of United States and Iron-Curtain coun-
tries 206, 662, 1145, 1514

Statement by :

Louis H. Bean, economist, Department of Agriculture 1368

Ewan Clague, Commissioner of Labor Statistics, Department of

Labor 1389

Frank W. Notestein, demographer 200

Denaturalization (see also Naturalization) :

Executive Order 10392 3

Revocation of citizenship :

For holding jobs abroad 1790

For joining organization deemed subversive by Attorney

General 734, 764, 768

For misrepresentation 6Q8, 844

P^or refusing to testify before Congressional committee 63,

281, 608, 763, 768

For residence abroad 107, 661. 940. 1789, 1790

Obtained by fraud 375, 519, 645, 844, 1129, 1139, 1543

Of American citizens voting abroad 233,1790

On a retroactive basis 449, 616, 647, 844

Upon adjustment of status 519

Statement by President Truman 2

Denmark :

Asylum for iwlitical refugees 1942

Immigration to United States from 186

Deportation of aliens :

"Amply covered" by McCarran-Walter bill 192,264

Appeals and review procedures. See Hearings and appeals.

At discretion of Attorney General 144, 516-518, 975, 996, 1023, 1788, 1822

Back to totalitarian countries 161,163,213,831,1810

Bail and bond 434, 867, 908-910, 974, 975, 987, 996, 1209, 1292, 1788

Burden of proof on alien 780

Claim of physical persecution 163, 165, 908, 1131

Congressional resolution to cancel 659

Detention expenses 1792, 1793

Detention of aliens and execution of orders of deportation — Special

STUDY by Department of Justice 1953

Administrative relief, suggestions for 1954

Aliens detained in deportation proceedings as of Oct. 1, 1952,
where detention is continued without bond pending final deter-
mination of deportability 1958, 1959



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INDEX 2065

Pase
Deportation of aliens — Conlimied
Detention of aliens — ('ontinued

Aliens detained in Service facilities at New York City and San
Francisco on Oct. 1, 1952, who were in detention more than
G mouths :

Applicants for admission 1957

Under deportation proceedings 1958

Chinese nationals in detention during past year 1954

ilnal orders of deportation outstanding in excess of 6 months,

O-t. 1, 1952 1962

Legislative relief, suggestions for 1954

Numher of persons detained during fiscal year 1952 :

Deportation proceedings 1956

Exclusion proceedings 1955

For other purposes 1956

Period of detention, average 1953

Travel documents, causes of inability to procure 1954

Executive Order 10392 3

Pear of, engendered 359,939,975,1023,1056,1121,1131,1156

For continenient in correctional institution 608

For failure to fulfill marital agreement 464

For felonies or ci'imes involving moral turpitude 658, 768, 1408

For fraudulent entry 143, 286, 373, 374, 816, 939, 1023, 1074, 1409, 1542

Judicial review. See Judicial procedures.

Luciano case 1535

Miscellaneous eotnments 631,

646, 654, 658. 718, 734, 940, 987, 1023, 1053, 1127, 1129, 1133, 1187,
1273, 1353, 1407, 1456, 1535, 1542, 1543, 1549, 1615, 1663, 1782, 1789,
1791, 1810

Of contiguous-territory aliens 1056, 1057, 1113, 1788

Of former Communists 437, 608, 643, 646, 907, 974, 975, 1131, 1292, 1788

Of public charges 708, 1788

Of subversives 91, 143, 278, 368

On a retroactive basis 63,

92, lis, 144, 145, 338, 437, 442, 443, 462, 464, 606, 616, 1273, 1788

Orderly procedure extant 12

Private bills 1969

Refusal of alien's country to accept him 442, 1787

Should be limited only to :

Criminals 97, 1535

Fraudulent entry 105, 367, 371, 692, 1542, 1543, 1789, 1791

Narcotics 97,1543

Subversives 9X. 97, 1550

Statement by :

General Eisenhower 165

Judge Louis E. Levinthal 1535

President Truman J 2, 165, 662

Suspension of, adjustment of status 1094, 1111, 1789, 1810

Undeportable aliens 831

Used as a penalty 105,

110, 117, 264, 337, 360, 367, 371, 432, 442, 606, 763, 768, 939, 1295,
1317, 1784, 1787, 1788
Discrimination against {see also Anthropologic and ethnic considerations;
Civil Rights) :

Color 30,

31, 36, 60, 03, 109, 140, 215, 692, 919, 930, 936, 943. 970, 1100, 1120,
1122, 1155, 1171, 1175, 1267, 1272, 1293, 1294, 1295, 1297, 1507,
1508, 1564, 1782, 1784, 1803.
Statement by :

Commission on Interracial Cooperation 1288

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People- 43

Miscellaneous comments 454, 4(>0, 750. 794. 804, 806, 920. 933, 943, 952,

1034, 1152, 1174, 1414, 1497, 1507, 1543, 1663, 1731, 1735, 1780, 1785



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Discrimination against — Continued

National origin 30, 31,

60, 346, 472, 726, 1154, 1156, 1176, 1412, 1497, 1784, 1785, 1810, 1821

Native-born citizens 808

Naturalized citizens. See Civil rights.

Race {see also Anthropologic and ethnic considerations: Racism) 30,

31, 36, 60, 77, 95, 100, 101, 108, 111, 152, 175, 247, 284, 304, 346, 472,
479, 519, 544, 556, 731, 735, 848, 857, 875, 876, 919, 936, 938, 1008,
1095, 1153, 1171, 1175, 1267, 1272-1273, 1298, 1297, 1507, 1510, 1513,
1532, 1551, 1564, 1730, 1735, 1784, 1785, 1789, 1814. >

Statement by American Jewish Congress . 297

Religion 152, 731, 835, 943, 971, 1022, 1175, 1267, 1501, 1513, 1551, 1789

Pacifists 292

Sex 30~, 31, 314, 460, 468, 720, 848, 936, 1008, 1507, 1789

J)isplaced jtersons (see also Refugees; and also name of specific country) :
Adjustment of, to American way of life. See Social aspects of immi-
gration.

America has her own 264,1269,1517

Case histories 938, 1279-1281, 1309

Demographic considerations. See Demographic aspects of immigra-
tion.
Displaced Persons Commission. See as main entry.

Divided-families problems 277, 322, 460, 1233, 1533, 1546, 1554, 1702, 1800

Doctors, need for. See Refugees.

Joint Committee on Resettlement of Displaced Persons, report of 1264

Legislation to assist. See Legislation.

Miscellaneous comments 282, 563, 566, 587, 026, 641,

650, 687, 688, 700, 705, 858, 878, 904, 928, 977, 1009, 1011, 1024,
1139, 1144, 1151, 1154, 1271-1272, 1280-1281, 1496, 1499, 1502,
1508, 1510, 1511, 1513, 1515, 1527, 1544, 1545, 1674^1678, 1810

Registration at each change of residence urged 712

Resettlement of. See Refugees.
Service to, by : See Refugees.
Settled in :

Georgia 1280

Massachusetts 319

Michigan 632

New York (State) 174,179

North Dakota 887

Oklahoma , 977

Pennsylvania 465, 1513

Washington (State) 1075

Statement by :

"Baptist World Alliance 1508,1509

Council of Churches of Oklahoma 976

Professor Rudolf Heberle, sociologist 1335

Hungarian-American Newspapers 483

International Institute of Milwaukee County (Wis.), Inc 783

Lutheran Resettlement Service of North Dakota 886

National Committee for Resettlement of Foreign Physicians 1704

National Council of Clmrches of Christ 1495, 1498, 1499, 1502

Stanislaw Mikolajczyk, president, International Peasant's Union 1750

Reverend Casper B. Xervig 876

George N. Sinister 197

President Truman 1

Dr. Robert Ziegler 1151

"The DP Story" 611, 683, 1538

Who served in foreign legions 1 483

Displaced Persons Act of 1948 273, 726, 785, 833, 1139, 1144

Lodge amendment — admitting Polish ex-servicemen 38

Displaced Persons Commission 693, 784, 785, 1076

Dual citizens. See Naturalization.



INDEX 2067

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Page

Economic Cooponition Administration 23,28

Economic well-beinj? :

Aging of our population 169, 171, 868, 1270, 13G7, 1423

Agriculture (sec also Labor: Migratory hcloic) :

Agricultural rehabilitation 619, 696, 1377

Availability of land 945, 1377

Decline in farm population 1356, 1360

Farmers, need for 174,

ITS. 513, 700. 016. 046, 976. 978. 9S1. 1010. 1021, 1027, 1047, 1050,
1054. 1163. 1271. 1356. 1357. 1632. 1760.
Statement by O. B. Wells, Chief, Bureau of Agricultural

Economics 1365

Food jiroduction and consumption 1363

Spec'Iai. STiDY by Department of Afiriculture — Agriculture yester-
day, today, and tomorrow 1993

Per-capita food consumption 2003

Statement by :

Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Hutchinson 1354

Dr. Bogurail Vosnjak 1763

Canadian woodsmen needed in lumber and pulp mills 384

Colonial exploitation of non-Caucasian peoples 45

Effect of increased immigration upon our economy- 941, 1104, 1105, 1505, 1610

Assets brought by immigrants 169,

916, 964, 979, 986, 1021, 1035, 1124, 1163, 1277, 1279, 1502, 1553, 1705,
1743, 1785.

Money value of immigrants as producers and consumers 169,

456, 465, 477, 539, 650, 697, 818, 1092
Statement by :

Louis H. Bean, economist. Department of Agriculture 1368

Ewan Clague, Commissioner of Labor Statistics, Department

of Labor 1389

Executive Order 10392 3

Free trade ^ 23

Group colonization, benefits of 287, 979

Housing problems— 112, 127, 650, 682, 699, 701, 710, 715, 733, 895, 945, 978, 1611

Alaska 1133

For farm laborers 1366

Labor :

Contract . 1383

Displacement of American workers 1380

Labor-union attitudes on increased immigration 344,

378, 495, 499, 770, 1125, 1126, 1131, 1175, 1620, 1622, 1631

Historical background 1126

Migratory 394, 397, 499, 595, 599, 896, 1051, 1131, 1357, 1830

Puerto Kicans j; 1063, 1611

Statement by:

National Consumers League 595

Varden Fuller, professor of agricultural economics 1058

Sugar-beet workers in Michigan 599, 1367

Wetbacks 394, 397, 500,

597, 967, 1059, 1130, 116;^, 1294, 1347, 1611, 1631, 1657, 1693

Statement by California State Federation of Labor 1067

Miscellaneous comDicnts 112,

127, 153, 173, 178, 179, 181, 189, 192, 217, 320, 322, 330, 378, 396, 495'
611, a33, 682. 699, 710. 715, 733, 751, 868, 941, 955, 968, 1270, 1276,
1278, 1498, 1612, 1785-1786.

Shortage of labor 868

882, 888, 894, 968, 981, 982, 1009, 1021, 1026, 1034, 1050, 1060, 1135*
1275, 1277, 1425, 1780, 1786.

Skilled 48,

137, 367, 496, 525, 618. 619. 640, 674, 683, 689, 828, 981, 1269, 1270-^
1271, 1273, 1294, 1318, 1423-1424, 1497, 1554, 1706, 1749, 1760.
Unskilled 367, 498, 674, 683, 982, 1166



2068 INDEX

rage
Economic well-being — Continued
Labor — r'ontinned
Statement by :

American Federation of Labor 499, 1607

Ewan Clagiie, Commissioner of Labor Statistics, Department

of Labor 1389

Congress of Industrial Organizations 495, 1293, 1295, 1620, 1622

National Association of Manufacturers 967

Secretary of Labor Tobin 1380

Unavailability of domestic labor 1946-52, certification as to —

Special study by Department of Labor 1972

Miscellaneous comments 103,

456, 928, 934, 964, 967, 1025, 1166, 1421, 1422, 1486, 1783
Population increase, effect upon. See Demographic aspects of immigra-

gration.
Special studies by Department of Labor on :

Immigration quotas in relation to size of United States population- 1975

List of critical occupations 1977

Manpower aspects of immigration policy 1974

Method used by the Bureau of Labor Statistics for estimating
additions to the labor force in 1955 and 1960 resulting from

assumed levels of net immigration 1976

Net changes in invested wealth, 1919-51, calculation of 1976

Population growth and capital investment in the United States,

1919-60 1975

Statement by :

p]dward Corsi. Industrial Commissioner of New York State 172

Russell V. Davenport 21

Arnold C. Harberger, economist, Johns Hopkins University 1420

President Truman 2

.Walter Zuger, agriculturist 1035

Educational problems due to immigration 146, 358, 513, 596, 599

Ellen Knauff case. See Exclusirm of aliens.

Emigration policies of U. S. S. R., Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Ru-
mania, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia — Special study by Department of

State 1934

Employment. See Economic well-being.

Enforcement of immigration laws. See Immigration laws.

Escapees. See Refugees.

Estonia {see also Baits) :

Displaced persons from, in Great Britain, Sweden, etc^ 277

Immigration to United States from 55, 69, 114, 186, 1530

Statement by Estonian Aid, Inc 273

Quota 780

Refugees from 273

Resettlement of 273

Service to by Estonian Relief Committee, Inc 276

Ethnic considerations. See Anthropologic and ethnic considerations.
Evidence. See Hearings and appeals.
Exclusion of aliens :

Appeals and review procedure. See Hearings and appeals.
Chinese Exclusion Act. See Asiatics : Oriental Exclusion Act.

Communists and other subversives 167, 177, 198, 668, 1090, 1150, 1292

Detention expenses 1792, 1793

Ellen Knauff case 16,518

Executive Order 10392 3

Japanese Exclusion Act. See Japan.

Miscellaneous comments 1273, 1290, 1535, 1776, 1779, 1786, 1792, 1834

On basis of :

Confidential information, undisclosed (denunciation) 13, 16, 999, 1150

Special study by Department of Justice:

Evaluation of confidential information 1967

Inauguration of practice 1964

Number and classification of aliens excluded without

hearing 1965

Number of aliens excluded on basis of subversive

activities 1966



INDEX 2069

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Exclusion of aliens — Continued
On basis of — Continurd

Confidential in format ion — Continued

SPEt;iAL sTiDY by Department of Justice — Continued

Number of aliens temporarily excluded fiscal years 1948-
52 under 8 Code of Fed. Iteg. 175.57 or sec. 5, 1918 act,

as amended 1965

Number of times practice used prior to 1946 1965

Officers of Department of Justice empowered to exclude

aliens witbout hearings 1968

Opportunity of alien to refute charges 1968

Past membership in a proscribed organization 1967

Sources of confidential information 1966

Crimes involving moral turpitude 851, 1351

Health 719, 722

Resolution VII, Chapultepec Conference, dealing with restrictions to be

imposed on undesirable aliens and propaganda agents 1938

Statement by :

Cook County Council of the American Legion (Department of

Illinois) : 698

General Eisenhower 165

President Truman 2, 165

Expatriation. Sec Denaturalization.

Expellees. See Refugees ; also name of specific country.

Expenditures of Commission 3



Farmers, need for. See Economic well-being : Agriculture.
Foreign policy :

Colonial exploitation of non-Caucasian peoples 45

Delays and denials in visa procedures, adverse effect upon invitees,

conferees, etc. See Admission of aliens.
Effect of immigration policies upon :

MisccUfincous comments - 260,

262, 323, 331, 363, 364, 372, 394, 409, 440, 526, 631, 790, 942, 954,

956, 987, 992, 998, 1023, 1047, 1056, 1112, 1121, 1123, 1134, 11.35,

1207. 1268, 1272, 1283, 1332, 1412, 1413, 1415, 1443, 1446, 1476,
1484-1488, 1601, 1761, 1785, 1790.
Statement by :

De



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