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Immigrants / Legislation / Brooklyn, New York City #161377

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 08, 1995
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) The Congressional Hispanic Caucus said holding a national citizenship day to help legal immigrants file for citizenship.

(Sunset Park, Brooklyn: Deborah Amos) The concerns of legal immigrants examined by looking at the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn, NYC; scenes shown. [Representative Nydia VELASQUEZ - says the political climate has changed.] [Immigrant David MARTINEZ, resident Shirley KENNEDY, Chinese immigrant David CHEN - talk about the neighborhood.] The national reassessment of immigration and proposed new legislation to control it outlined.

Amos, Deborah;
Crier, Catherine

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