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New Cuban Constitution Curbs Immigration

June 7, 1940
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The draft of the new Cuban constitution contains clauses prohibiting immigration of common laborers, providing for deportation within a year of all aliens who entered illegally and permitting only native or naturalized Cubans to practice professions, except for foreign technicians who may be admitted by special legislation, according to a New York Times dispatch from Havana.

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