Foreign News: Ended

The International Conference on Immigration and Emigration was concluded at Rome.

In spite of the fact that the U. S. delegates and some South American delegates abstained from voting, a large number of resolutions were passed:

1) Exchange of information on immigration and emigration conditions;

2) Establishment of uniform identification cards for emigrants, valid for all countries;

3) Coordination of the immigration and emigration statistics of various countries;

4) Recommendations for repression of clandestine emigration;

5) Measures for keeping out undesirables;

6) Establishment of uniform emigrant passports and simplification of routine in obtaining passports and visas,...

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