Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Delegates also requested customs exemptions and asked that a ban on immigration into Texas be lifted.
For Mizoram, he favors a ban on immigration by Bengalis and other outside ethnic groups.
The ban on immigration produced unusually well-defined generational groups within the Japanese American community.
Delegates again insisted that the ban on immigration should be repealed and that customs duties be lifted.
Imposition of a complete ban on immigration, and deportation of all illegal immigrants and foreign criminals residing in British jails.
He had backed a ban on immigration, a flat tax, $400 monthly checks for new mothers (to encourage larger families) and a crackdown on crime and child-molesting.
The long-term consequences of an effective ban on immigration and an ageing society will begin to catch up with the UK economy in 2014, causing a slowdown in growth.
In 2004, McKenzie joined the newly-formed Veritas party, calling for "a blanket ban on immigration and asylum for one year", and becoming its principal spokesman on sport.
The nonprofit federation, founded in the late 1970's by Dr. John Tanton, an ophthalmologist from northern Michigan, has long viewed a ban on immigration as the key to population control.
In September 1956, the Mossad established a secretive network in Morocco to smuggle Moroccan Jews to Israel after a ban on immigration to Israel was imposed.
The places best suited to receive asylum seekers are neighbouring countries in their own regions, so that Europe's asylum policy is no longer misused on a large scale to circumvent the ban on immigration.
He does endorse a total ban on immigration, uses words like "uberfremdung" (over-foreignization) that are redolent of the Third Reich and talks as if this tranquil country were full of drug dealers and child molesters.
In 1892, Chandler proposed a one-year ban on immigration, to keep out undesirables, which included cholera carriers, Anarchists, Nihilists, polygamists, Mafia members, illiterates, "blind or crippled" persons, persons without means, etc.
Faced by calls for a ban on immigration, the Home Office replied: "We are pleased to see broad support for our proposal to limit migration so that net migration is scaled back to the [1990s] level."
National quotas curbed most Eastern and Southern European nationalities, further enforced the ban on immigration of East Asians, Indians and Africans, and put mild regulations on nationalities from the Western Hemisphere (Latin Americans).
This page recently counseled against lifting the ban on immigration by individuals infected with the AIDS virus unless it could be shown that the risk of spreading disease was negligible and that the costs could be borne by an overburdened health care system.
On March 10 Kalakaua met Meiji to propose a marriage between Princess Victoria Kaiulani and Prince Higashifushimi Yorihito, a few days later the proposal and ban were denied but the ban on immigration was eventually lifted in 1885.
Despite the pressure of world opinion, in particular the repeated requests of US President Harry S. Truman and the recommendations of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry that 100,000 Jews be immediately granted entry to Palestine, the British maintained the ban on immigration.
As to the merit of the argument - as Mrs Boumediene-Thiery and Mrs Frahm have said - it is an illusion to imagine that strengthening the ban on immigration produces anything other than a strengthening of illegal immigration and the forces of illegality overwhelming us.