The Hart-Cellar Act: The Immigration And Naturalization Act Of 1965

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The Hart-Cellar Act, also known as The Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965, allowed for the reunification of families through a new immigration policy. The Hart-Cellar Act also got rid of the country quotas from the earlier system and attracted a lot of labor skillfully hard working workers. A direct effect from this act that being proposed and put into action would change the scope of demographic in the United States through the immigrants that were allowed into the country over a course of a few years.
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