France's Open Door is Closing

by Robert Marquand

An immigration bill, expected to pass, requires knowledge of French and proof of support.

Paris - Last year, France's famously open doors began closing on individual immigrants. This week, France starts making it harder to bring families and spouses to a country where joblessness and welfare are seen as draining the treasury and creating reservoirs of ill feeling, particularly among the middle class.

In a new measure expected to pass the French Assembly in 15 days or less, new family arrivals must speak French. Immigrant parents must guarantee their kids will behave. And breadwinners must show earnings of up to 1,600 euros a month.
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The entire article is over at the CS Monitor.

Does this represent a movement towards realism and away from Eurabia?

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