Published August 1, 2004 by Routledge .
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The author of this volume is executive director of the National Foundation for American Policy, a research group in Arlington, Virginia. He was formerly head of policy at the Immigration and Naturalization Service and staff director of the Senate Immigration Subcommittee.
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After graduating from the State University of New York, Mr. Curran completed his Juris Doctorate at Western New England School of Law. Prior to entering the field of immigration, he worked on the United States Senate Judiciary Committee, writing speeches, drafting legislation and conducting research on the Equal Rights Amendment and Civil.
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