104 STAT. 4980 PUBLIC LAW 101-649—NOV. 29, 1990 Sec. 509. Grood moral character definition. Sec. 510. Report on criminal aliens. Sec. 511. Limitation on waiver of exclusion for returning permanent residents convicted of an aggravated felony. '•' Sec. 512. Authorization of additional immigration judges for deportation proceedings involving crimined aliens. Sec. 513. Effect of filing petition for review. Sec. 514. Extending bar on reentry of aliens convicted of aggravated felonies. r>ec. 515. Asylum in the case of aliens convicted of aggravated felonies. Subtitle B—Provision Relating to Employer Sanctions Sec. 521. Elimination of paperwork requirement for recruiters and referrers. Subtitle C—Provisions Relating to Anti-Discrimination Sec. 531. Dissemination of information concerning anti-discrimination protections ' underlRCAandtitle VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Sec. 532. Inclusion of certain seasonal agricultural workers within scope of anti-discrimination protections. Sec. 533. Elimination of requirement that aliens file a declaration of intending to ^ become a citizen in order to file anti-discrimination complaint. Sec. 534. Anti-retaliation protections. Sec. 535. Treatment of certain actions as discrimination. Sec. 536. Conforming civil money penalties for anti-discrimination violations to those for employer sanctions. Sec. 537. Period for filing of complsdnts. Sec. 538. Special Counsel access to employment eligibility verification forms. Sec. 539. Additional relief in orders. Subtitle D—General Enforcement Sec. 541. Authorizing increase by 1,000 in border patrol personnel. Sec. 542. Application of increase in penalties to enhance enforcement activities. Sec. 543. Incre£kse in fine levels; authority of the INS to collect fines. Sec. 544. Civil penalties for document fraud. Sec. 545. Deportation procedures; required notice of deportation hearing; limitation on discretionary relief. TITLE VI—EXCLUSION AND DEPORTATION ,- Sec. 601. Revision of groimds for exclusion. Sec. 602. Revision of grounds for deportation. - Sec. 603. Conforming amendments.
TITLE VII—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Sec. 701. Battered spouse or child waiver of the conditional residence requirement. Sec. 702. Bona fide marriage exception to foreign residence requirement for marriages entered into during certain immigration proceedings, r Sec. 703. 1-year extension of deadline for filing applications for adjustment from temporary to permament residence for legalized aliens. Sec. 704. Commission on Agricultural Workers. Sec. 705. Immigration Emergency Fund. .> TITLE Vm—EDUCATION AND TRAINING Sec. 801. Educational assistance and training. TITLE I—IMMIGRANTS Subtitle A—Worldwide and Per Country Levels SEC. 101. WORLDWIDE LEVELS. (a) IN GENERAL. — Section 201 (8 U.S.C. 1151) is amended to read as follows: