The following sites provide a broad perspective of U.S. immigration, including its history and ... read more »
Many organizations are dedicated to U.S. immigration. These groups are valuable sources of ... read more »
U.S. immigration laws are constantly changing and being called into question. Fortunately, there are a number of think tanks, federations and other organizations that specialize in the latest immigration debates and policies: use these resources to keep current on the latest immigration laws, and to stay informed about the subtleties and implications of U.S. immigration policy. You’ll find outlets that offer both objective information as well as organizations with a political bias.
- Many of the sites recommended earlier in this guide are also great sources for current immigration information. For example, visit the United States Immigration Support Web site’s “News” section.
- These organizations usually feature in-depth analysis of immigration issues (often from a legal perspective); you’ll find more concise stories at daily news sources. Newspapers in border states like California, Texas and Arizona often prominently feature articles on immigration. The Los Angeles Times, the Houston Chronicle and the Arizona Republic are good places to get news on border issues.