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 immigration act that inadvertently changed america the 1965 immigration and nationality act whose 50th anniversary comes on october 3 officially committed the united states for the . Until there are consequential changes to the immigration system now a half century old the 1965 act will continue to shape the changing face of america text of the 1965 immigration and nationality act president lyndon b johnsons remarks at the signing of the bill. The law that changed the face of america the immigration and nationality act of 1965 responsibility margaret sands orchowski publication 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 . The immigration and nationality act of 1965 president lyndon johnson signed the 1965 act into law at the foot of the statue of liberty the immigration into the country of sexual deviants including homosexuals was still prohibited under the legislation our cultural pattern will never be changed as far as america is concerned
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