Or on the Federal Government, which has raised immigration quotas to levels approaching those of the late 19th century.
The immigration quota was set at 100 people a year.
A decade later, she said, they all agreed to move to America, but there were immigration quotas and it could not be done quickly or easily.
Their immigration quota for the year is six, and they're willing to stretch it to ten, considering the unusual circumstances.
Thirty years after immigration quotas were enacted, the island closed.
Then in a televised interview, he asserted that Germany should establish immigration quotas.
Most immigrants are skilled, but the immigration quota includes categories for family members and refugees.
He himself wanted to emigrate to the United States, but the immigration quota was full.
The 1965 rules set across-the-board immigration quotas for each country.
The country has right-wing parties that support curbs in immigration quotas.