The Act is a comprehensive package that institutes a substantial number of new provisions to the Immigration and Nationality Act, with significant modifications made to such divergent topics as family immigration, business immigration, naturalization, and exclusion and deportation grounds and procedures. This Article surveys the changes and highlights those most likely to have a substantial impact on U.S. immigration law, policy, and practice.
Warren R. Leiden and David L. Neal,
Highlights of the U.S. Immigration Act of 1990,
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