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PUBLIC LAW 101-649—NOV. 29, 1990 104 STAT. 5001 visas, (B) section 212(a)(19) or 212(e) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, or (C) the fact that the immigrant was a national, but not a native, of a foreign state described in section 314 of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Visas shall be made available under this section to spouses and children of qualified immigrants in the same manner as such visas were made available to such spouses and children under section 314 of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. The Attorney General may waive section 212(a)(19) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (or, on or after June 1, 1991, section 212(a)(6)(C) of such Act) in the case of qualified immigrants described in the first sentence of this section. SEC. 134. TRANSITION FOR DISPLACED TIBETANS. (a) IN GENERAL.— Notwithstanding the numerical limitations in sections 201 and 202 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, there shall be made available to qualified displaced Tibetans described in subsection (b) 1,000 immigrant visas in the 3-fiscal-year period beginning with fiscal year 1991. (b) QUALIFIED DISPLACED TIBETAN DESCRIBED. — An alien described in this subsection is an alien who— (1) is a native of Tibet, and (2) since before date of the enactment of this Act, has been continuously residing in India or Nepal. For purposes of paragraph (1), an alien shall be considered to be a native of Tibet if the alien was born in Tibet or is the son, daughter, grandson, or granddaughter of an individual born in Tibet. (c) DISTRIBUTION OF VISA NUMBERS.— The Secretary of State shall provide for making immigrant visas provided under subsection (a) available to displaced aliens described in subsection (b) (or described in subsection (d) as the spouse or child of such an alien) in an equitable manner, giving preference to those aliens who are not firmly resettled in India or Nepal or who are most likely to be resettled successfully in the United States. (d) DERIVATIVE STATUS FOR SPOUSES AND CHILDREN.— A spouse or child (as defined in section 101(b)(l)(A), (B), (C), (D), or (E) of the Immigration and Nationality Act) shall, if not otherwise entitled to an immigrant status and the immediate issuance of a visa under this section, be entitled to the same status, and the same order of consideration, provided under this section, if accompanying, or following to join, his spouse or parent. Subtitle C—Commission and Information 8 USC 1153 note. SEC. 141. COMMISSION ON LEGAL IMMIGRATION REFORM. 8 USC 1153 note. (a) ESTABLISHMENT AND COMPOSITION OF COMMISSION. — (1) Effective October 1, 1991, there is established a Commission on Legal Immigration Reform (in this section referred to as the "Commission") which shall be composed of 9 members to be appointed as follows: (A) One member who shall serve as Chairman, to be ap- President. pointed by the President. (B) Two members to be appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives who shall select such members from a list of nominees provided by the Chairman of the Subcommittee on