1965 immigration law changed face of america in 1965 president lyndon b johnson signed an immigration law that led to profound demographic shifts in america it marked a break from past us . The law that changed the face of america congressional journalist and immigration expert margaret sands orchowski delivers a never before told story of how immigration laws have moved in constant flux and revision throughout our nations history. Signed into law 50 years ago the immigration and nationality act of 1965 had several unintended consequences that have had a profound effect on the flow of immigrants to the united states and contributed to the transformation of the us demographic profile. The law that changed the face of america the immigration and nationality act of 1965 the impact of the immigration and nationality act of 1965 how the 1965 immigration act changed america . The immigration and nationality act of 1965 hr 2580 publ 89 236 79 stat 911 enacted june 30 1968 also known as the hart celler act changed the way quotas were allocated by ending the national origins formula that had been in place in the united states since the emergency quota act of 1921
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