Item #3592 Ley de Inmigracion de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos. Immigration, Mexico.

Ley de Inmigracion de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos

Mexico City: Imprenta del Gobierno Federal, 1909. [2],14pp. Original printed wrappers, sewn. Minor wear and dust soiling. Very good. Item #3592

A rare collection of "laws, decrees, regulations, and agreements" relating to immigration into the United States of Mexico at the end of the first decade of the 20th century. The various laws and regulations define points of entry for "foreigners," enumerate those excluded from entry altogether (those suffering from various sicknesses, handicapped individuals, fugitives from justice, beggars, "those who belong to anarchist societies," and more), set forth the framework for naturalization, and more. The third chapter deals entirely with rules and regulations governing immigrant laborers and immigration companies. OCLC records just a half dozen copies, at the Bancroft, University of Southern California, UT-San Antonio, the Library of Congress, the Ibero-Amerikanischese Institute in Germany, and the Biblioteca Nacional in Mexico.

Price: $550.00