IMMIGRATION: Detroit Crackdown

To study in the U.S. has for generations been the dream of the young in many lands; currently, 145,000 foreign students are resident in the U.S., most of them of college age. For those living in Detroit, the dream has lately become a nightmare. In an unprecedented official crackdown, agents of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service have been rounding up foreign students who are working illegally. The INS work rules, mostly ignored earlier, are being enforced because so many native Detroiters are out of jobs themselves.

Michigan's INS Deputy Director Armand...

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