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H.R. 4331 (96th): A bill to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act relating to the immigration to the United States of graduates of foreign medical schools.


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6/5/1979--Introduced. Revises provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act concerning the admissibility of alien medical school graduates to require that they be certified for entry into the United States for purposes of the practice of medicine, graduate medical education, and related activities by an agency which has established nationally recognized standards for testing the medical and English-language skills of such aliens and has verified the satisfactory completion of their medical education.