Immigration Act of 1990

Definition of "Immigration Act of 1990"
  1. A U.S. law that expanded legal immigration limits, updated exclusion and deportation reasons, gave temporary protection to foreign nationals from certain nations, updated nonimmigrant admission categories, adjusted the Visa Waiver Pilot Program, and updated naturalization authority and requirements
How to use "Immigration Act of 1990" in a sentence
  1. The Immigration Act of 1990 significantly increased legal immigration quotas.
  2. Under the Immigration Act of 1990, she was granted temporary protected status.
  3. The Immigration Act of 1990 led to revisions in naturalization requirements.

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