126526 1 (1985-03-26)

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             United States General Accounting Office
                     Washington, D.C.   20548

                                    FOR RELEASE ON DELIVERY
                                    EXPECTED AT 10:00 A.M.
                                    MARCH 26, 1985


                          STATEMENT OF

                  WILLIAM J. ANDERSON,  DIRECTOR

                  GENERAL  GOVERNMENT DIVISION                126526

                           BEFORE THE

              SUBCOMMITTEE ON CENSUS AND POPULATION

        HOUSE COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL  SERVICE

                               ON

              THE DEMOGRAPHIC IMPACT OF  IMMIGRATION

                      ON THE UNITED STATES


M . Chairman and Members of the Subcommittee:

     We are pleased to be part of your hearings on the demogra-

phic impact of immigration on the United States.  As  requested,

our testimony today is focused on a report we  issued in August

1982 titled Information on the Enforcement of Laws Regarding

Employment of Aliens in Selected Countries.  The report,

requested by the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and  Refugee

Policy, Committee on the Judiciary, provided  information on

egal  and illegal alien workers in  19 countries and Hong Kong.
4pecifically, we compiled information on the countries'  laws and

olicies  concerning guest workers, national  identification docu-

ents,  employer responsibilities,  illegal alien workers and law

nforcement.

                                07V

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