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Inside Sunday (Immigration) #328058

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 02, 1989
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Recruitment of foreign-born nurses featured; details given of US Immigration and Naturalization Services crackdown against temporary visas for these nurses; scenes shown from hospital. [Nurse Ann McGANN - talks about adjusting.] [INS acting director James BUCK - says nurses have to leave when visa time is up.] NYC's need for foreign nurses cited. [Health and Hospitals Corporation Dr. Jo IVY, Elmhurst Hospital's Juliana TIERNAY - say there is a nursing crisis.] [BUCK - says industry must create a larger work force.] [McGANN - says nurses have had positive impact.]

Chung, Connie

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