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U.S. Eases Entry of Soviet Jews
Page from the 1971 HIAS Annual Report discussing the immigration of Soviet Jews to the United States and a new law put in place to ease entry. The image on the left shows the first family of Soviet Jews admitted into the U.S. under a new bill passed in 1971. The image on the right displays a grandfather greeted upon arrival in the U.S. by his grandchildren.
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HIAS, “U.S. Eases Entry of Soviet Jews,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed August 16, 2022, https://immigrationusa.yivo.org/items/show/6410.