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8 April, 20:02

How did the Immigration Act of 1965 change U. S. immigration policy?

A) Instead of being judged on their criminal records, people simply paid a fee to immigrate.

B) Instead of filling government-enforced quotas, people were judged on their skills and education.

C) Instead of passing a health exam, people were judged on merit and determination.

D) Instead of passing a U. S history exam, people were sponsored by family members who already lived here.

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  1. 8 April, 20:44
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    I believe the answer is B.
  2. 8 April, 20:50
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    B

    Explanation:

    because for an immigrant to become a citizen you have to pass the test which requires skill in the language and the laws
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