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Immigration Reform #314691

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 10, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Amnesty provision of new immigration law said taking effect today; response of Haitian community in Miami, Florida, described, shown.

(US-Mexico Border: David Dow) Immigration officials' expectation that fraudulent document trafficking will increase along US-Mexico border due to new immigration law discussed; details given, scenes shown. [INS spokesperson William CARROLL - thinks immigration fraud is becoming more sophisticated.] [Sociologist Jorge BUSTAMENTE - predicts major crisis.] Loophole in law creating situation explained. [Immigration attorney Josie GONZALEZ - notes employers' responsibility.] Related growth of legal advisors noted. [Immigration activist Roberto MARTINEZ - describes fleecing of immigrants.]

Dow, David;
Rather, Dan

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