Refugee Act of 1980

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The Refugee Act of 1980 is a globalist and pro-migration law signed into law by liberal U.S. President Jimmy Carter. The bill has several aspects that likely are unconstitutional and for the first time in U.S. history put matters related to refugee resettlement into the government's hands rather than privately.[1]


  1. Gomez, Christian (September 14, 2018). Reconsidering the Deep State's Refugee Act of 1980. The New American. Retrieved September 14, 2018.