Congress approves first US immigration law: March 26, 1790 – Politico

Congress approves first US immigration law: March 26, 1790
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On this day in 1790, the second session of the first Congress approved the new nation's initial effort to codify the rules under which persons who were born overseas could become U.S. citizens. The Naturalization Act of 1790 specified that “any alien

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