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Relatives Influx Expected in Palestine, Demand Grows to Former Boom Figures

June 10, 1929
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A new influx of Jewish immigrants to Palestine, principally relatives of Palestine residents, is within sight.

The demand for the issuance of relatives’ visas has grown to a proportion resembling the days of the Palestine boom in 1925. The headquarters of the Zionist Immigration Department, the Tel Aviv Kehillah and the labor organizations are crowded with applicants seeking visas for their relatives.

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