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Immigration Legis. #537687

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 21, 1984
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(Studio) Representative Thomas O'Neill's warning about new immigration bill reported.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Houston, Texas) Illegal aliens' concern over new immigration legislature examined; films shown. [Billie GARCIA - hopes to get her brother-in-law into United States legally.] [Immigration attorney Beaumont MARTIN - expects increase business] [INS district supervisor Paul O'NEILL - hopes to overcome administrative nightmare created by bill.] [Builder Richard BOWE - fears employer will become police.]
REPORTER: Dan Molina

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Lamont, California) Controversial guest worker amendment of bill examined; 30 year residents Arloff and Juana Seinz's concern cited as example Their background explained. Illegal Honduran alien Samuel Pinela's reaction outlined. [Cesar CHAVEZ - believes guest worker provision is unfair to legal migrant workers; elaborates.]
REPORTER: Noah Nelson

Brokaw, Tom;
Molina, Dan;
Nelson, Noah

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