The following sites provide a broad perspective of U.S. immigration, including its history and influence on American society. You’ll also find current U.S. immigration policy and census data on citizenship and population, as well as links to U.S. citizenship and immigration services that provide visa applications and other necessary immigration forms.
- The Web sites that offer immigration documents can be a great resource for understanding the process and policy behind U.S. immigration, even if you’re already an American citizen.
- “Coming to America: A History of Immigration and Ethnicity in American Life” by Roger Daniels traces U.S. immigration from the 16th century to the present.
- Immigration is a hot topic in the presidential primaries. To find out where the candidates stand on immigration policy and issues, visit findingDulcinea’s Presidential Election 2008 Web Guide and review “The Candidates and Their Positions” section.
Many organizations are dedicated to U.S. immigration. These groups are valuable sources of ... read more »