JOURNEY TO CITIZENSHIP by Louise Boggess

JOURNEY TO CITIZENSHIP

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Louise Boggess, whose husband has served for twenty-six years in the Immigration and Naturalization Service, tells how this division of the Department of Justice guides an alien through the step by step procedure of naturalization, also how it protects the nation from undesirables (a term not used, but fully spelled out). This includes barring entry of those ""not fully entitled"" to immigrate and deportation of illegal entries. In the process of setting down prerequisites and procedures, from the limitations of the quota through requirements for naturalization, with way stops for the interrupted Journey of aliens in trouble, Mrs. Boggess does a creditable, helpful job which will be of assistance to anyone in becoming a citizen. It will also make the natural citizen realize what citizenship means.

Pub Date: Nov. 10th, 1967
Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls