Montana State University Migration Question

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Cold War on Immigration
The Cold War of 1947 – 1991 between Russia, previously known as the Soviet Union
(USSR) and the United States had major consequences on immigration policies in the US.
Millions of refugees from countries such as Cuba and El Salvador flocked to the US for a
better life as legislations such as the Displaced Persons were drafted which granted
refugees and asylum seekers permanent residency in the US, along with special
allowances to help them get back on their feet. This is while the US was against
immigrants from communist countries as they believed that they were threats based on
their experience with the USSR.
However, the immigration policies that excluded Asian nationals and the literacy tests
needed to be compl...


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