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Report Raises Doubts About Obama-Backed Visa Program

The expansion of a program that would allow some foreigners to enter the U.S. without a visa has strong support from the White House. But as Hernán Rozemberg of Fronteras reports, a federal report has raised concerns about how the program will impact the government’s ability to manage the system.

by Hernán Rozemberg
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The expansion of a program that would allow some foreigners to enter the U.S. without a visa has strong support from the White House. But as Hernán Rozemberg of the public radio project Fronteras reports, a federal report has raised concerns about how the program will impact the government’s ability to manage the system.

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