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Let Cuba-Haiti influx stay but hold line, panel to ask

A task force studying the nation's immigration problems will recommend that the United States allow the 150,000 Cuban and Haitian refugees who flooded the country last year to stay here. But the group will also recommend that the Reagan administration adopt tough new regulations to cut immigration in the future, the Miami Herald reported.

The President's Task Force on Immigration and Refugee Policy has been working since February to review the findings of the Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy, formed in 1977. I t is expected to make its recommendations to the White House within two weeks.

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