Immigration from Canada and Latin America

Archive Report

Restriction of immigration from Canada and the Latin American countries by placing them under the quota plan now operating to limit the number of immigrants annually entering the United States from European countries will be recommended to the Seventieth Congress. Rep. John C. Box (Dem.) of Texas, author of a bill to limit immigration from Canada and Latin America which was introduced in 1925, has recently announced that he will re-introduce his bill during the forthcoming session.

Harry E. Hull, Commissioner General of Immigration, advocated extension of the quota system to countries of the Western Hemisphere in his report for the fiscal, year 1926, and is at present formulating recommendations of a similar nature to be presented to Congress. A number of groups are supporting ...

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