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Poles 4 percent of population, 17 percent of Armed Forces 616

Quota 477, 616, 762, 780, 821, 823, 826, 911

Refugees from 37

In Germany 450, 490, 823, 824

In Great Britain 37, 265, 491

Statement by :

Polish American Congress, Inc 489, 615, 821, 824

Polish Immigration Committee 264

Political refugees, asylum for. See Asylum for political refugees.

Political test. See Admissiim of aliens.

Pooling of unfilled quotas. See Quotas.

Population. See Demographic aspects of immigration.

Portugal, surplus population of 202

Presidential authority to :

Admit aliens 1273, 1787

Suspend all immigration 375, 940, 1053, 1787

President's Commission on Immigration and Naturalization :
Commission's report :

Effectiveness of _^ 88, 1236

Suggested recommendations 89, 98, 241, 481, 747, 798

Composition 3, 1174

Executive Order 10392 3

Expenditures 3

Mend)ership 2

Public hearings authorized 3

Scope of activities 2, 1261

Statement by the President 1

President's Review P>oard 12, 16

I'rivate immigration and nationality liills introduced in the 81st and 82d

Congresses — Special study by the Department of .Justice 1969

Provisional Intergovernmental Committee for the Movement of Migrants

from Europe 32, 151, 256, 1144

Public health. See Social aspects of immigration.

Public Law 414. See McCarran-Walter bill.

Puerto Ricans 1063



2082 INDEX

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Quotas {see also names of specific countries) :

Ancestry test for OrientalSi 359, 4G8, 492

"Asia-Pacific triangle." See Asiatics.

Ceiling on immigration (see also National origins system) :

Demand for immigration within a country should be factor 89,

451, 524, 564, 619, 1663

DiA-ide according to ratio of individual populations 89,

255, 296, 603, 656, 902, 1101, 1104

Double 767, 931

Flexibility urged 55,

67, 79, 90, 96, 217, 386, 502, 545, 619, 751, 762, 794, 820, 848, 939,
952, 954, 981, 1014, 1232, 1263, 1381, 1445, 1447, 1496, 1506, 1512,
1528, 1532, 1725.

Increase temporarily to 200,000 or more 594. 612, 1562, 1785

Miscellaneous coiuinenfs 254, 393, 619, 807,

934, 981, 982, 1194, 1276, 1507, 1512, 1744, 1753, 1772, 1781, 1801

Ratio of 1 to every 500 citizens 367, 371, 1533, 1540

Should be based on occupational needs 55,

613, 615. 631, 1275, 1332, 1382, 1546
Statement by :

Theodore Andrica, nationalities editor 476

Brookings Institute 931

Church of God 41

Professor Philip M. Hauser, sociologist 787

National Council for Prevention of War 1744

2.50.000 from Europe 259, 1144

300,000 to 750,000 a year 627, 769, 803, 1031, 1144, 1.393, 1533, 1785

Descent basis urged 1019, 1809

Distinction between Asiatics and Europeans 369,

444, 524, 775, 1102, 1172, 1507, 1784, 1792

Distribute according to economic need 259,

623, 932, 1022, 1027, 1332, 1445, 1533

Enmneration of present quotas 114,1445,1512,1554,1562,1801

First-come-first-served basis 96,

104, 110, 116, 2.59, 369, 371, 560, 855, 8.56, 1540, 1554, 1791
Joint congressional committee to continuously consider quota

formula 524,1450-1451

Latest census figures urged as basis 134,

135, 779, 1120, 1298, 1519, 1765, 1770, 1822, 1833

Legislative history 299, 1519

Limited to 10% a month 392

Minimum quota proposed to be raised from 100 to 1,000 1095

Miscellaneous cotnwents 623, 809. 8.59, 899. 9.54, 1016, 1019,

1053, 1125, 1126, 1174, 1183, 1185, 1212, 1297, 1298, 1413, 1445, 1507,
1508, 1532, 1533, 1540, 1546, 1720, 1726, 1772, 1781, 1792, 1780, 1781

Mortgaged 176, 186, 189, 215, 262, 269,

273, 321, 391, 524, 525, 547, 585, 590, 616, 622. 651, 762, 766, 776,
780, 789, 893, 950, 1021, 1273, 1512, 1538, 1634, 1676, 1739, 1812
National origin quota system. See National origins system.
Nonquota status for :

Adopted children 1216, 1211>

Alien close relatives of United States citizens ' 362,

436, 474, 531, 783, 828, 1095, 1109, 1146, 1554, 1800, 1811

Basque sheepherders 317, 548

Clergymen, educators, scientists, etc 274,

337, 398, 406, 4.33, 449. 692, 716, 931, 1124, 1382, 1.540, 1775, 1811

Statement by Reverend Paul C. Reinert 931

Colonials in Latin America 461

Plar'p-of-l.irth basis in assigning, urged 821, 1101, 1800, 1801, 1809



INDEX 2083

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Quotas — Contiinied

Pooling of unfilkMl (luotas (.see o/.vo Ilaiiiplirey-Lehnmn bill) 29, 32,

;{(;, m. ;)2, no, iw, 124, iiis, 1:^,5, i4r», 1.14, is4, i80, 216, 254, 2G6,

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