ICRA

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AcronymDefinition
ICRAInternational Conference on Robotics and Automation (IEEE)
ICRAInternet Content Rating Association
ICRAInfection Control Risk Assessment
ICRAIndian Civil Rights Act
ICRAInternational Centre for Development Oriented Research in Agriculture
ICRAInternational Cultivar Registration Authority
ICRAIndirect Cost Rate Agreement
ICRAInternational Conference on Representations of Algebras
ICRAIndian Credit Rating Agency
ICRAInternational Center for Relativistic Astrophysics
ICRAInstitut Centrafricain de Recherche Agronomique (Central African Republic)
ICRAInstitut Canadien des Recherches Avancées (French: Canadian Institute for Advanced Research)
ICRAInternational Catholic Rural Association
ICRAInternational Collegium of Rehabilitative Audiology
ICRAIowa Court Reporters Association
ICRAInternational Commission for the Rights of Aboriginal people
ICRAImmigration Control and Reform Act (USA)
ICRAInternational Centre for Research in Accounting
ICRAInternational Comminution Research Association
ICRAInternational Compressor Remanufacturers Association
ICRAIsland Cat Rescue Association (Alameda County, California)
ICRAInternational Cartridge Recycling Association
ICRAInstitut für Computergestützte Raumanalytik
ICRAIndependent Casino Representative Association
ICRAInternational Centre for Research on Assessment
ICRAInteragency Committee on Radiological Assistance
ICRAIndustrial Chemical Research Association
ICRAIslamic Center for Research and Awareness
ICRAInternational Christian Radio Associates, Inc. (Yorba Linda, CA)
ICRAInvestment Information & Credit Rating Agency Limited
ICRAIndependent Christian Recording Artists
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(20) This includes the Immigration Control and Reform Act of 1986, the Immigration Act of 1990, and the Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (whose provisions for scaling back legal admissions were soundly defeated) and the Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act of November 1997, not to mention the Congress's greatly increased quota for temporary high-skilled workers, many of whom will later adjust their status to that of legal permanent resident.
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