Published Date:  

1993-10-20 04:00

Public Description:  

H.R.3320 was the first comprehensive immigration reduction legislation to be introduced in the House since the 1920s. It would have cut legal immigration from around one million to just under 400,000 a year by reducing chain migration, cutting the number of employment-based green cards, reducing refugee and asylee admissions, eliminating the visa lottery, and boosting enforcement.

NumbersUSA's Position:  


Bill Number:  

H.R. 3320