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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 27, 1988
Thursday is the deadline for agricultural workers to file for legal status under the amnesty program administered by the Immigration and Naturalization Service. More than 147,000 illegal immigrants had applied for legalization in Orange County by May 4, which was the deadline for most people. Ugandans, Ethiopians, Poles and Afghans have until Dec. 22, 1989, to file under for amnesty under a separate bill.
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August 5, 1989 | From Associated Press
President Bush announced Friday that he will nominate attorney Gene McNary, chief executive of St. Louis County, Mo., to be commissioner of immigration and naturalization. If confirmed, McNary, 53, would succeed Alan C. Nelson, who recently announced his resignation. McNary, an unsuccessful Republican candidate for governor in 1984, has been St. Louis County's chief executive since 1974.
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