Japan agreed to stop issuing passports for Japanese workers to go to the U. territory residents and yes, they too worked mainly in agriculture.
S., even though this did not seriously reduce the amount of Japanese immigrants coming into the U. Nonetheless, the Japanese were subjected to the same discriminatory laws and prejudices that the Chinese endured earlier, including restrictions on their rights to own land and become citizens. During this period before 1940, these Asian groups tried as best as they could, given the restrictions placed upon them, to make a living for themselves and to become as integrated into American life as possible.
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Also unlike the Chinese, Japanese workers were mainly concentrated in agricultural jobs.
However, once again, the Japanese eventually received the same type of discriminatory treatment the Chinese had received earlier, which culminated in 1907 Gentlemen's Agreement.