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September 22, 1989 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-22

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seek entry to the United
States.
"The administration has
made a management deci-
sion to shift Soviet process-
ing to (the U.S.) Embassy (in)
Moscow to the maximum ex-
tent possible," Lyman said.
"We have both a staffing
plan and a facilities expan-
sion plan designed to accom-
plish more interviews
there."
The Hebrew Immigrant
Aid Society, the principal
Jewish group assisting Sovi-
et Jews who want to come to
the United States, was ex-
pected to tell the same sub-
committee Thursday that it
would oppose complete clo-
sure of the Rome refugee
center.
Soviet refugees spend
weeks in Rome, at U.S gov-
ernment expense, until their
initial refugee status ap-
plication is adjudicated.
But BIAS is expected to
propose transferring most of
the U.S. government opera-
tions from Rome to Moscow,
with the main exception be-
ing U.S. officials who adjudi-
cate the refugee status ap-
plications.
HIAS estimates that the
U.S. government would save
$18 million by transferring
most of its operations to
Moscow, where Soviet .ap-
plicants for refugee status
can continue to live at home,
instead of at U.S.-subsidized
transit centers in Rome op-
erated by HIAS and the A-
merican Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee.

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