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Immigration and Nationality Act See McCarran-Walter bill.
Immigration and Naturalization Service (Department of Justice) :
As independent agency :

Favored 1126, 1534, 1542

Opposed 181, 191

Discretionary power for, urged 530, 631

Fascists allegedly admitted by 1126

Hearing officers — Speoiai. study by Department of Justice 1944

Administrative supervision over 1946

Beginning age, average = I947



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Immigration and Naturalization Service — Continued
Hearing officers — Continued
Deportation examiner :

Duties of - 1949

Qualifications for -" 1951

Difficulties &nd problems of 1947

District ofljce, number at each 1945

Educational qualifications and background of present 1947

Exclusion and expulsion cases examiners, salary rates of 1953

'Full time, number of 1944

Grades of 1945

Hearing examiner, duties of 1 1948

Insti'uctional provisions and materials for 1948

Opportunities to become 1945

Other duties 1945

Part time, number of 1944

Promotional opportunities 1945

Qualifications and duties 1945

Reprimand, suspension, transfer, removal of, etc 1947, 1952

Review of decisions of 1946

Turn-over of 1948

Years of service, average 1947

Joint congressional committee to investigate 232

Master index of aliens 1351

Miscellaneous comments ___ 165, 166, 168, 432, 990, 995, 1016. 1125-1127, 1140.
1145, 1384, 1406, 1410, 1515, 1534, 1539, 1541, 1542, 1545, 1554, 1680

Permeated by "fear" of foreign-born 176, 956

Transfer ur*''ed to *

Department of Labor 179, 181, 1383, 1534. 1679

Department of State 179, 181, 1534

Immigration laws (see also McCarran-Walter bill) :

Difficulties in enforcement and administration 548,

550, 552, 556, 1066, 1071, 1556

Statement by Attorney General McGranery 1350

Wetback problems 1072

Emergency situations not provided for 266, 1221, 1450

Objections to present 804, 1556, 1784, 1788, 1789

Of foreign countries — See specific country.

Statement by Russell V. Davenport 27

Immigration policies :

Citizens' immigration committee (proposed) 481, 1544

Comments upon, by Iron-Curtain countries 244, 953, 955, 956

Declaration of Independence should be keystone of our 611, 1022, 1537

Demographic considerations. See Demographic aspects of immi-
gration.
General amnesty by President to immigration4aw offenders

urged L 747, 1824, 1825

Group colonization propo.sed 288, 1176

History of. See Historical background.

Humanitarian considerations . ^ 2, 30,

125, 153, 162. 187, 524, 565, 624, 626, 630, 707, 710, 759, 837, 866, 902,
956, 960, 963, 1028, 1052, 1103, 1118, 1138, 1198, 1208, 1263, 1270,
1274, 12S6-12S9, 1297, 1486, 1501, 1504, 1506, 1522, 1539, 1541, 1542,
1.564, 1602, 1611, 1627, 1783, 1784, 1789, 1791.

Have no place 193, 1502, 1533

Miscellaneous coiiimcnts 242.

594, 700, 7G2, 766, 785, 792, 857, 867, 897, 902, 914, 933-934, 937, 939,
954, 961, 1015, 1028, 1030. 1120, 1129, 1138, 1140, 1181, 1212, 1269,
1272, 1277, 1285, 1286, 1317, 1324, 1325, 1326, 1380, 1409, 1501, 1522,
1528, 1532, 1.539, 1545, 1560, 1611, 1649, 1679, 1720, 1724, 1743, 1785,
1786.

Moral and spiritual considerations 41, 87, 99, 121, 182, 395, 542, 556,

609, 684, 793, 800, 857, 949, 1119, 1145, 1208, 1522, 1780
Of foreign countries. See specific countries.
Political party platforms 112, 542, 1120



INDEX ' 2073

rage

Iimnii;rati(»n pdlicies — Continued

Pressure of alien-bloe activities 811

Kesponsibilitv jointly in Departments of State and Labi)r urj^ed 176,

1148, 1505, 1534, 1542
Statement by :

American Jewish Congress 297

Representative Emanuel Celler 149

Central Citizens Committee (Detroit) 616

Chicago World Service Committee 793, 800

Chinese-American Citizens Alliance 1145

Church Federation of Los Angeles and Southern California Coun-
cil of Protestant Churches 1140

Conunittee of Editors of American Foreign-Language News-
papers 201

Edward Corsi, Industrial Commissioner of New York 172

Council of Free Czechoslovakia 1765

('ordelia Cox 79

Russell V. Davenport 21

Governor Paul Dever of Massachusetts 377

John W. Gibson, former chairman, Displaced Persons Commis-
sion 1673

B. G. Habberton, Deputy Commissioner of Immigration 1405

Mutual Security Administrator Harriman 1484

Edward H. Helms (Commonwealth Club of California) 1030

International Institute and Displaced Persons Committee of Los

Angeles 1179

Jewish Community Relations Council, etc 1022

Junior Order United American Mechanics 195

Senator Herbert H. Lehman 63

Judge Louis E. Levintlial 1536

Los Angeles Jewish Community Council 1183

Michigan Committee on Immigration 541

National Agricultural Union 1631

National Catholic Welfare Conference 1737

National Council of Churches— 951

National Council for Prevention of War 1742

National Farmers Union 889

Edward M. O'Connor, Psychological Strategy Board 1435

Order Sons of Italy in America 1720

Secretary of Labor Tobin 1385

President Truman 1

Comments upon 725

Immigration to United States from. See name of specific country.
India :

Displaced iiersons 804

Immigration to United States from 208

Refugees from ' 1710

Internal Security Act of 1950 163, 1525

International Labor Office 1387

International Refugee Organization 237, 370, 784, 785

Ireland :

Immigration to United States from 101, 103, 114, 151, 390, 1821

1947-51 872

Quota 530, 618, 1174

Iron-Curtain countries 114

Escajx^es and refugees from. See Refugees.

Iron-Curtain Refugee Fund 168

Italy:

Asylum for iiolitical refugees 1942

Conimiiiiism in 614, 6:^2, 639, 1414, 1674

Contribution to American culture 51, 130, 400, 914, 963

Denaturalization of American citizens voting in 233, 1409

Displaced persons 225, 227

PJconomic problems 221, 603, 614, 964, 1152, 141.5, 1812

Emigration from 228, 639

Expellees 370.



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Italy — Continued

Immigration to United States from 7, 42, 47, 69,

95, 103, 128, 129, 154, 186, 192, 219, 301, 320, 321, 363, 396, 400, 619,
93S

Quota 324, 363, 451, 639, 915, 1799

Refugees from 220, 1502

Abroad 226

Africa (Italian colonies) 225, 1502, 1812

Assistance to 227

Dodecanese Islands 226

Venezia Giulia and Dalmatia 226, 1812

Statement by :

American Committee on Italian Migration 688, 913

Civic League of Italian-Americans 688

II Progresso Italo-Americ-ano 219

Italian-American organizations 963, 1830

Sons of Italy Magazine . 379

Surplus population of 128, 151, 153, 192,

202, 219, 222, 321, 365, 371, 396, 603, 614, 689, 965, 1270, 1485, 1674

Trieste 7, 1270, 1485, 1489

Unemployment in 229, 965

J

Japan :

Immigration to United States from 104,192,208,901

Japanese Exclusion Act of 1924 1730

Quota 213,492

Statement by Japanese- American Citizens League 1155, 1729

Surplus population of 192, 202

Jews :

Cultural contributions by 1174, 1176, 1177

Displaced persons 1113

Expellees 370

Miscellaneous eonunents^ 100, 108, 111, 334, 735, 761, 834, 938, 1195, 1547, 1552

Statement by Jewish organizations of Chicago 831

Joint congressional committee on immigration :

Composition and responsibilities 927

Continuous consideration of quota formula urged 524, 930

Miscellaneous comments 232, 376, 523, 535, 1273, 1286

Safeguard for quota system 930

Judicial procedures :

Claim of physical persecution 163. 165

Disclosure of secret evidence 13, 16

Judicial review :

In deportation procedures 820, 1566

In visa procedures 12, 16, 855, 1569

Legislative relief. See Legislation.

Miscellaneous comments 12,

16. 17. 142. 145, 150, 173, 419. 435. 522. 545, 616, 655, 663, 692, 763,
768, 820, 1297, 1555, 1570, 1581, 1621, 1753.

Opposition by Immigration Service 166, 168, 435

Statement by :

American Bar Association 1565

Jackson & Hertogs, attorneys 1106

Acting Solicitor General Stern 1353

Right to judicial determination of citizenship. See Naturalization.
Judicial review. Sec Judicial procedures.

K

Kenya. See United Kingdom.

Knniier v. United States 119

Korea :

Immigration to United States from 104, 1498

Korean police action. See Security aspects of immigration.

Statement by Rev. Sung Tack Whr.ng 1218

KuHH-k Jan Fat v. White 1040



INDEX 2075

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Labor considerations. See Economic well-being.
Lansua.ire barrier. See Social a.spects of inunitrration.
Latin America :

Deportations laws 1789

Inimiiiration from 137

Outlet for refugees 1783

Latva case 431, 1788

Latvia (see al.so Kef ufiees : Baits) :

Contribution to American culture 1521

Displaced persons from 215,282

Inuniiii-ation to United States from 55, C9, 114, 186

Quota - 780

Refugees from 215

Legislation (see also names of specific bills, nets, laivs) :

rUsplaced Persons Act urged as model 235, 349, 1024, 1027

Emergency :

Easiest to obtain from next Congress 797

Escapees from Iron-Curtain countries 161, 502, 567, 591, 616,

619, 706, 714, 776, 841, 936, 1298, 1447, 1450, 1486, 1497, 1742, 1760

Miscelhnieous co»nncnls 1355, 1676

Not necessary or desirable 193. 545, 939

Pooling of unfilled quotas 92, 239, 1297, 1725, 1726, 1741

Statement by American Committee on Italian migration 48

To admit :

Expellees 726, 823, 936, 1497, 1676, 1760

Refugees wbo served in foreign legions 483

Surplus-population immigrants 48,

53, 184, 589, 703, 841, 936, 1298, 1384

Up to 300,000 refugees during 1953-55 795, 1554

To complete displaced persons program 29,

32, 53, 120, 128. 161, 216. 219, 274, 275, 320, 333, 396, 462, 470, 483,
492, 502, 610. 625. 642. 650. 684, 692, 693. 706, 713, 721, 776, 786, 794,
819, 823, 848. 928, 934-936, 951, 1075, 1263, 1277, 1279, 1497, 1504,
1505, 1511, 1517, 1676, 1753.

To permit i-esident refugees to remain 275

To unite families. See ielow.

Judicial review of deportation orders 1353

Long-range :

Pooling of unfilled quotas 29, 939

Statement by National Council of Churches of Christ 32, 1508

To admit Iron-Curtain-countries refugees 1780

To admit surplus-population immigrants 122, 795, 1023, 1278, 1487

To complete displaced persons program 105, 349, 1496, 1504, 1753, 1780

Miscellaneous eomuioits 1180, 1198,

1205, 1324-1326, 1334, 1335, 1348, 1410, 1450-1452, 14.56, 1471-1472,
1489, 1499, 1504, 1506, 1.508. I5ll, 1515, 1533, 1534, 1538, 1545, 1637,
1725. 1753, 1771, 1791, 1832, 1833.

On hearings and appeals 232

Present. See Immigration laws.

Private immigi-ation and nationality bills in the 81st and 82d Con-
gresses — Special study by the Department of Justice 1909

Remedial, how to effect 797,

1420. 1427-1434, 1445, 1478, 1481, 1483, 1485-1489, 1511, 1583, 1592,
1.597-1606, 1657, 1663, 1717-1718, 1791.

Security 627, 1478

Should be geared to U. N. programs 53, 836, 1791

Statement by :

American Veterans Committee . 1655

Association of Immigration and Nationality Lawvers 1587,

1590, 1592, 1597

P.oard of Rabbis of Northern California 1028

Mutual Security Administrator Ilarriman 1484

Hungarian-American newspapers 487

Rev. H. D. Kleckley 1,323

Liberal Party of New York 145

2.53.^6—52 131



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Legislation — Continued

To admit Chinese escapees ^ 213

To control illegal immigration 600

To unite families^— 277, 289, 531, 624, 641, 651, 779, 822, 1146, 1263, 1554, 1702
Literacy test. See Admission of aliens.
Lithuania {see also Refugees: Baits) :

Immigration to United States from 55, 69, 114, 186, S61

Quota ,^______ 780, 818

Refugees from ^ 135

Statement by :

American Council of Nationalities 626

United Lithuanian Relief Fund of America , ^_ 134, £61

Luciano case. See Deportation.

M

McCarran-Walter bill {sec also National origins system) :

Amendment urged relative to entry of aliens in service of American

companies - _ :_ 56, 1779

American Indians not counted in population figure 390

Commended :

Deportation of aliens amply covered ^. ^_ 192, 264

Miscellaneous comments 214,

286, 311, 314. 353, 446, 460, 468, 486, 517, 531. 538, 661, 779, 828, 861,
928, 929, 930, 971, 972, 1055, 1058, 1100, 1103, 1137, 1174, 1176, 1214,
1231, 1233, 1237, 1510. 1514, 1517, 1518, 1652-1655, 1T29, 1780, 1783,
1826, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1832.

Protection against unscrupulous aliens 1134

Statement by :

American Coalition 1762

American Defense Society, Inc _^ 263

American Legion 1151

Citizens' Protective Association (St. Louis) ^, 96!)

Constitutional Americans 833

Daughters of the American Revolution 1635-1636

Mrs. Mildred J. Field 1257

J. C. Holton, agriculturist 1299

Japanese American Citizens League ^^ 1729

Junior Order United American Mechanics 191, 513

Ladies of the Crand Army of the Repul)lic 1652

National Society of New England Women_- 1653, 17'oS

National Society of Women Descendants of the Ancient and

Honoral)le Artillery Company 1653-1654

Native Sons of the Golden West 1233

Steuben Society of America ^^ 1729

Twenty-fifth Women's Patriotic Conference on National

Defense 1654

Criticized :

"Alien and Sedition Act of 1952" . 278, 345, 1788

Cross-references too complex ,__ ^' 1350

Miscellaneous com in 01 ts 261,

284, 287, 290, 313, 315, 3.33, 444, 449, 451, 453, 475, 480, 517, 548, 562,
573, 595, 602, 607, 614, 640, 689, 733, 734, 799, 842, 853, 857, 861, 927-
928. 934, 938, 1023, 1089, 1092, 1103, 1106, 1122. 1124, 1127, 1130.
1131, 1133-1134, 1142, 1173, 1194, 1196, 1242, 1270, 1272, 1274, 1277,
1294, 1297, 1508, 1514, 1520, 1543, 1551, 1552, 1556, 1597, 1727, 1733.
1766, 1771, 1776, 1777, 1779, 1783, 1785, 1788, 1790, 1791, 1807, 1809.
1820, 1821, 1823, 1832.

Moral defects in law 1119,1508,1539

No provision for adopted orphans 318, 1216, 1219

"Plays directly into hands of Communist propagandists"- 263, 1188, 1705

President's veto. See below.

Section 274 (smuggling in or harboring aliens) cited as vague 1350



INDEX 2077

Pago

McCarran-Walter hill— ("out iiiiu'd
Criticized — Continued
Statement by :

American Civil Liberties I^nion 515

American Committee for Resettlement of Polish DP's 821

American Friends Service Committee 1522

American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association

( Ahepa ) 1769

Baptist World Alliance 1^>09

Catholic War Veterans of the United States 1633

Representative Emanuel Celler 151

Arthur II. Compton, chancellor, Washington University

(St. Louis) 1837

Edward Corsi, Industrial Commissioner, New York State 172

Phigene H. Freedheim 460

Congressman Foster Furcolo 448

Professor Henry M. Hart, Harvard Law School 1575

Philip M. Hauser, sociologist 787

Representative Christian A. Herter 333

Illinois State Federation of Labor (A. F. of L.) 1822

II Progi-esso Italo-Americano 231

Professor Louis L. Jaffe, Harvard Law School 1575

Jamaica Progressive League 249

Representative Jacob K. Javits 239

Jewish organizations 100, 1531, 1539, 1551, 1562,, 1553

Jewish War Veterans of the United States 1649

Representative John F. Kennedy 320

Reverend Werner Kuntz, Director, Lutheran Service to

Refugees 565

Senator Herbert H. Lehman 63,403

Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr 324

Michigan Committee on Immigration .544

Minority members of Committee on the Judiciary — 402

Senator Blair Moody 547

Rabbi Judah Nadich 334

National Catholic Welfare Conference 1739

National Council of Churches of Christ 1496

National Lutheran Council 1516

National Protestant Episcopal Church 52, 556

New Jersey State Legislative Council 185

Order Sons of Italy in America 652, 1722

Polish American Congress 821

Senator John O. Pastore 386

Presbyterian Church. Synod of Missouri 950

Synagogue Council of America 100

Unintelligible 774

i'eportation amply covered by 192

Former Communists 162, 1150, 1550

Master index ot aliens 1351

Miscellaneous cotuDicnts 1189,

1208, 1250, 1251, 1255, 1407, 1497, 1510, 1518, 1519, 1550, 1553, 1556,
1659-1 66L 1682, 1780, 1808, 1829. 1833.
National origin quota system. See National origins system.

Naturalization amply covered by 192

Presidential veto and ovei-riding of same 1,

131, IS.-., IIK), 232. 251, 323, 325. 335, 527, .535, 055, 711, 747, 971,
1127. 1174. 1.-.19, 15.53, 1785, 1821, 1830, 1831.

Rule-making provisions 535, 1682

Statement by :

Alice W. O'Connor, Massachusetts Displaced Persons Commission- 314

Immigrants' Protective League 778

International General Electric Company 56

Liberal Party of New York 141

Totalitarians, provisi(tn on 162



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Membership of Commission 2

Mesopotamia!! area, immigration from 300

Mexico :

Immigration to United States from 290, 394, 896, 968, 1156

Statement by :

Confederation of Mexican Chambers of Commerce of the United

States 1156

National Agricultural Workers Union 1631

Sugar-beet workers In Michigan. See Economic well-being : Labor :

Migratory.
Wetbacks. See Economic well-being : Labor : Migratory.
Migratory labor. See Economic well-being: Labor.
Military-manpower needs :

Contribution by naturalized Americans 650

Miscellaneous comments 174, 178, 205, 622, 1358, 1391

Befugees serving in foreign legions wish to join United States Army 484

Statement by Maj. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, Director of Selective

Service 1395

Mortgaged quotas. See Quotas.

N
Narcotics. See Deportation of aliens.
Nationality Act of 1924 49

National origins system {see also Quotas) :

Anthropologic and ethnic consideration. See Anthropologic and ethnic

considerations.
Commended :

Miscellaneous comments 810, 930, 1283, 1532, 1781, 1782

Statement by:

American Legion 1629

Junior Order United American Mechanics 190

Criticized :

Miscellaneous comments 262, 294, 327, 334, 458, 469, 543,

548, 605, 611, 692, 71G, 818, 854, 912, 936, 938, 954, 987, 1008, 1021,
1022, 1109, 1120, 1146, 1171, 1198, 1267, 1275, 1282, 1286, 1297,
1328, 1381, 1416, 1450, 1485, 1507, 1523, 1531, 1538, 1539, 1540,
1621, 1699, 1720, 1722, 1733, 1734, 1738, 1783, 1791, 1792, 1801,
1809. 1829, 1832.
Statement by :

American Friends Seiwice Committee 1.522

American Jewish Committee and Anti-Defamation League of

B'nai B'rith 1547, 1552

American Jewish Congress 297

Catholic Resettlement Committee 749, 1020

Representative Emanuel Celler 152

Edward Corsi, Industrial Commissioner, New York State 172

Estonian Aid, Inc 275

Mildred McAfee Horton 31

International Institute of Gary, Ind 720

Representative Jacob K. Javits 239

Jewish organizations of Chicago 761

Jewish War Veterans of the United States 1649

Representative John F. Kennedy 321

Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr 324

Rabbi Judah Nadich 334

National Catholic Welfare Conference 1737

National Council of Cliurches of Christ 1497

St. Louis Resettlement Committee 933

President Truman 2

Distribution on yearly basis urged 259, 981, 1683

Effect upon foreign relations. See Foreign policy.

Executive Order 10392 3

History of. See Historical background.

IMilitary casualties, national-origins percentages of, proposed as basis- 942

Miscellaneous comments 1744

1910 basis urged 482, 1540



INDEX 2079

Pase

National ori.uiiis system — Coiitiinu'd

IDL'O basis, evaluation of 1398

l!t3() basis urged 131,133,490,1540

1950 basis urged 184,

186, ISS, 352, 365, 389, 402, 453, 480, 622, 631, 653, 656, 657, 662, 692,
727, 777, 804, 810, 850, 1272, 1270, 1633, 1657.

Original ratio objective not attained 255

Promoted continuously by Junior Order United American Mecbanics— 190

Racial discrimination deliberately planned 95,101,177,789,038

Racist origins of 297, 307, 1147, 1507, 1547, 1805, 1806

Should be preserved 194, 1532, 1533, 1792

Special study by Oscar Handlin, professor of history. Harvard Uni-
versity 1S39

Immigration Commission of 1907 (see also Report of helotv) 1841

Laughlin Report 1853

Crime 1855

Feeblemindedness 1854

Dependency 1855

Epilepsy 1855

Insanity 1855

Social inadequacy, all types of 1855

Tuberculosis 1855

National origins quota, basic assumptions of 1839

New-old immigration distinction, origins of 1840

Report of Immigration Commission of 1907 (Dillingham),
analysis of :

Charity and immigration 1851

Dictionary of races 1843

Biological sources of race 1844

Differentiation of old and new immigrants 1844

Inferiority of new immigrants 1844

Economic effects of immigration 1846

Agriculture 1849

Effects of the new immigration upon native and old im-
migrant labor 1847

Industrial methods 1848

New industries 1849

Unemployment and depressions 1849

Unionization i 1848

Education and literary 1849

Emigration conditions in Europe 1844

Causes of emigration 1846

Occupations 1S46

Permanent or transient emigration 1845

Sex distribution of immigrants 1845

Immigration and bodily form 1853

Immigration and crime 1851

Immigration and insanity 1852

Immigration and vice 1852

Summary evaluation of Commission findings 1853

Social characteristics of American ethnic groups 1856

Alcoholism and adjustment 1860

Citizenship _' 1861

Criminality and adjustment 1860

Cultural contributions 18(!2

Economic adjustment 1857

Immigration and depressions 1857

Immigration and wages 1858

Immigration and occupational stratification 1858

Innovations and immigration 1859

Immigration and the ethnic groups in American life 1856

Insanity 1861

Intelligence and adjustment 1859

Race, nature of 1856

The larger significance 1862



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National origins system — Continued

.Statement by Henry S. Shryock, Jr., Population and Housing Division,

Bureau of tlie Census 1397

Determination of national origins of the white population of 1920- 1398

Effects of shifting the quota base population to 1950 1401

Estimated distribution of the white population, by country of
origin, for United States :

1940 1403

1940 and 1920 1404

Evaluation of the 1920 estimate 1399

Immigration and future trends in population 1402

Inclusion of nonwhire races in the quota population 1402

Statement by Dr. A. Wetmore, Secretary, Smithsonian Institution 1415

Naturalization (see also Denaturalization) :

Aliens abroad in service of American companies 39

Aliens born in United States 657

Aliens serving in Armed Forces 1753

"Amply covered" by McCarran-Walter bill 192

Citizenship, encouragement to obtain 929, 1741, 1798

Declaration of :

Intention 947

Nationality 519

Dual citizens 660, 663, 1292-1293, 1600

Executive Order 10392 3

Identification in citizenship cases 423

Lawful admission for permanent residence 1094

Literacy test 397, 462, 720, 723, 781, 816

Alien parents of Armed Forces members 362

Miscellaneous comments . 283,

358, 660, 816, 829, 900, 905, 960, 1007, 1182, 1543, 1800

Not granted during 60 days before elections 432

Persons of Chinese origin 93, 1055

Persons of Japanese origin 1115, 1730, 1814

Persons who served 3 years in Armed Forces 1108

Procedure for persons of Chinese origin who claim American citizen-
ship for first time 422,1814

Kenaturalization of native-born citizens 316

Repatriation of American citizens who served in Italian Army 352

Resident aliens who neglect citizenship 439, 929

Right to judicial determination 1092, 1107

Second-class citizens. See Civil rights.
Statement by :

National Council on Naturalization and Citizenship 1658

President Truman 1, 2

Status of persons born May 24, 1934-December 24, 19.36 1093

Negroes (see also West Indies) 63, 109, 215. 247, 692, 954, 1100, 1402, 1805

Netherlands :

Asylum for political refugees 1942

Contribution to American culture 634

Economic problems 635

Emigration from 635, 680, 1676

Farmers 1772

Immigration to United States from 43, 48. 396, 635

Quota ■- 1635, 1772

Statement by :

Netherlands-American groups 634

Prof. William Van Royen, Universitv of Maryland 1772

Surplus population of 1.53, 203, 371, 634, 679, 1270, 1485, 1675

New Zealand, immigration laws and policies of 1909

Nff Fiinci Ho V. White 1040

Northern Rhodesia. See United Kingdom.



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Norway :

Asylum for political refngpes 1941

Iminijiration to United States from 186

O
Oriental Exclusion Act. See Asiatics.
Orientals. See Asiatics.
Oshiirn v. Jiank 118

Overpopulation. See Surplus populations.

P
Pacifists 292

Passport denials, i-eview of. See Hearings and appeals.

Passport Division (Department of State) 419,422

Persecutees 370

Peru, immijiiation policies and laws of 1926

Philippine Islands :

Immigration to United States from 336, 992, 1131

Quota 992, 1055, 1076

Statement by Pan-Amerasian Co 1076

Poland :

Admission of Polish ex-servicemen 38,491

Contribution to American culture 450,490,617

I )isplaced persons 825

Emigration policies of 1934

Immigration to United States from 114,1.54,294,821

Undesirability cited 299, 301



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