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Official circular to immigration officers, no. 32, August 14, 1930.
Government circulars were used to keep immigration staff, at headquarters and in the field, abreast of any legislative or regulatory changes. In the circulars shown here, officers were informed about restrictions to immigration from the United States of America. Circulars remain a convenient way of conveying information quickly and efficiently.

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