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Immigration Law / Meissner Interview / Zildghian's Story #375250

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 05, 1997
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(Studio: Paula Zahn) Interview held with US Immigration and Naturalization Services commissioner Doris Meissner about the new immigration law. [MEISSNER - says there will be no disruption for legal immigrants and promises hearings for illegals.]

(Miami: Art Rascon) The story of 17-year-old Miami honor student and Nicaraguan refugee Zildghian Jarquin, who will be deported according to the new immigration law because she has not been granted residency, presented. [JARQUIN - says she has been ordered to leave the country.] [INS deputy director Chris SALES - says the US Immigration and Naturalization Services has to administer the law.]

Rascon, Art;
Zahn, Paula

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