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May 25, 1991 | TRACY WILKINSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An Iraqi-born Anaheim couple and their two children, trapped for months in a squalid refugee camp on the Iraqi-Kuwaiti border, have made it back to the United States but are stranded in New York. The Ali family is part of a group of 10 Americans or U.S. residents who ended up at the desolate desert camp with thousands of bedraggled refugees in the aftermath of the Persian Gulf War.
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May 25, 1991 | TRACY WILKINSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An Iraqi-born Anaheim couple and their two children, trapped for months in a squalid refugee camp on the Iraqi-Kuwaiti border, have made it back to the United States but are stranded in New York. The Ali family is part of a group of 10 Americans or U.S. residents who ended up at the desolate desert camp with thousands of bedraggled refugees in the aftermath of the Persian Gulf War.
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April 7, 1989 | ESTHER SCHRADER, Times Staff Writer
Social service experts in Southern California said Thursday that the Bush Administration's proposal to allow an additional 30,000 Soviet citizens into the United States this year without allocating federal funds to help them could lead to the development of a permanent welfare class. The proposal announced Wednesday would create a new category of immigrant: one eligible for state and county welfare assistance and for U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 7, 1989 | ESTHER SCHRADER, Times Staff Writer
Social service experts in Southern California said Thursday that the Bush Administration's proposal to allow an additional 30,000 Soviet citizens into the United States this year without allocating federal funds to help them could lead to the development of a permanent welfare class. The proposal announced Wednesday would create a new category of immigrant: one eligible for state and county welfare assistance and for U.S.
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August 6, 1988 | MICHAEL PARKS, Times Staff Writer
New procedures have been established to permit the continued emigration of Soviet Armenians to the United States, U.S. Embassy officials announced Friday. Relatives of Armenians who were scheduled to leave for the United States before Sept. 30 but were prevented from doing so when federal refugee funds for resettlement ran out may sponsor their immigration by guaranteeing financial support, the officials said.
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August 6, 1988 | MICHAEL PARKS, Times Staff Writer
New procedures have been established to permit the continued emigration of Soviet Armenians to the United States, U.S. Embassy officials announced Friday. Relatives of Armenians who were scheduled to leave for the United States before Sept. 30 but were prevented from doing so when federal refugee funds for resettlement ran out may sponsor their immigration by guaranteeing financial support, the officials said.
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