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Leadership Conference of Women Religious

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Immigration: Welcoming the Stranger Today (Jul. 2006, Vol. 15, No. 3)

The phenomena of migration and immigration present complex problems to both our international and national communities.  They affect nations of origin (for example, the exodus of medical personnel from the Philippines), of transit (the multiplication of refugee camps in Kenya for Sudanese citizens), and of destination (reflected in the current US debate about the “strangers” among us).  Most citizens of other countries in the US are within our borders legally, as visitors, students, lawful permanent residents, persons granted asylum from persecution in their home countries, and refugees...

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