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Immigration and Naturalization, 1964

 File — Box: 90, Folder: 4
Identifier: Folder 4

Scope and Contents

A collection of letters, postal cards, telegrams and other items. Examples are: A collection of letters & postal cards (Aug.-Sept. 1964) from a number of constituents and Wilson’s replies re/ concerns about the proposed immigration law, especially as to changing the Walter-McCarran Act & requesting that Wilson vote against the new bill; a stapled packet containing letters & telegrams (Oct. 1963-Feb. 1964) re/ “extensive inquiries with the Immigration and Naturalization Service, the Department of Labor, and further with the Chief Counsel of the House Judiciary Committee” by Wilson to assist his constituent J. Brockway Clark concerning a visa for employee Ramon Cueva Soltero; a letter (2/4/64) from Chula Vista constituent Mrs. Nina Belohradska & Wilson’s reply (2/17/64) re/ the constituent’s 65 year old mother has filed a petition for naturalization and requests Wilson’s assistance; letters (Jan.-Feb. 1964) from La Mesa constituent Mrs. Caroline V. Schimpf, Wilson & W. M. Besterman (Legislative Asst., Committee on Judiciary) re/ Canadians -- Mrs. Schimpf, her sister and mother, having lived in the U.S. for 25 years now seek citizenship; letters & memo (Feb.-Mar. 1964) from La Jolla constituent Gus N. Wallace, Wilson & Raymond F. Farrell (Commissioner, INS, Dept. of Justice) re/ citizenship application of Mrs. Metoxia Bobolis Collatos; Additional topics and items are: letters (Feb.-Mar. 1964) re/ retiree and citizen seeks to relocate to Canada and requests information about taking up permanent residence and establishing a business there; letters (Mar.-Apr. 1964) re/ responses to inquiry from a constituent stationed in Europe concerning the interest of a German dentist wishing to join the U.S. military; letters (Mar.-May, 1964) re/ resolution of a naturalization problem for a Wilson constituent, Mrs. L. M. Schulze; letters (9/64) re/ enquiry about Army veteran Theoplis Rabon’s attempt to obtain entry into the U.S. of his German wife; letters (Oct.-Nov. 1964) re/ critical constituent’s view on “Italian ‘Mafia’ type racketeers” being allowed entry into the U. S.; letters (July-Nov. 1964) re/ former constituent seeks Wilson’s help in obtaining naturalization papers for a Filipino shipmate; letters (Sept.-Nov. 1964) re/ concerns about border issues involving “the many thousands of Mexican workers who are employed here, but maintain residence in Tijuana, Mexico.”


  • created: 1964


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From the Collection: 0.00 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

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