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Web Sites on Immigration

  • Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration (BCIS). BCIS, now within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), provides information about various administrative and management functions and responsibilities that were once in the former Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS).
  • Visa Bulletin, monthly. U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs.
  • National Association of Foreign Student Advisors (NAFSA). Inside NAFSA, the latest, publications, advocacy, conferences, professional sections.
  • United States Information Agency. This web site is an archive of the former USIA site as it stood in September 1999.
  • National Immigration Forum. The purpose of NIF is to embrace and uphold America's tradition as a nation of immigrants. Immigration facts, race & ethnic relations, NIF resources, current immigration issues.
  • American Immigration Council. Established to promote public understanding of immigration law and policy through education, policy analysis, and support to litigators.
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association. A national bar association of nearly 6,000 attorneys who practice and teach immigration law. About AILA, immigration, publications, membership, chapters, links.
  • National Lawyers Guild. The aim is to bring together all those who recognize the importance of safeguarding and extending the rights of workers, women, farmers and minority groups.
  • Immigration Law: Free immigration law information for individuals and small businesses written by lawyers but in easy to understand legal terms.
  • Asian American Justice Center, Washington, DC. A non-profit, non-partisan organization to advance the legal and civil rights of Asian Pacific Americans through litigation, public education and public policy.
  • National Immigration Law Center. A national support center whose mission is to protect and promote the rights of low income immigrants and their family members.
  • United States Immigration. Information on immigrant and non-immigrant visa process, as well as, US green card, and visa lottery requirements.
  • Immigrant Solidarity Network . Acts in solidarity with immigrants seeking human rights and justice in the U.S.
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Freedom Network, Immigrants' Rights. Immigration and civil liberties, index of ACLU immigration materials, ACLU in Congress archives on immigrants' rights, links.
  • National Network for Immigration and Refugee Rights. A national organization composed of local coalitions and immigrant, refugee, community, religious, civil rights and labor organizations and activities.
  • United States Committee for Refugees (USCR). Worldwide refugee information, listen to refugee voices, news & resources, USCR in the field, how you can help.
  • Refugees USA. Resource for immigration information to the USA.
  • Citizens and Immigrants for Equal Justice. A coalition of family members fighting to change the 1996 and 1997 immigration laws referred to as AEDPA and IIRIRA.
  • Immigrant Rights | is an online activism platform for social change that raises awareness about important causes and connects people to opportunities for powerful action.
  • Chinese Newcomers Service Center (CNSC). Serves as a bridge between two cultures, facilitates and supports non-English speaking Chinese immigrants and residents to adjust to a new way of life.
  • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA). A multi-ethnic group of immigration related organizations to promote the civil and human rights of immigrants.
  • New York Association for New Americans (NYANA). The nation's largest provider of services to immigrants and refugees. Policy update, services, citizenship, learning English, legal services, project RINA.
  • Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation. Rich with information of Chinese, Asian, European, and Angel Island history, and is part of San Francisco and California history.
  • Ellis Island. The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc. invites you to explore Ellis Island and its fascinating immigration museum.
  • American Immigrant Wall of Honor. Place a name, search the wall, discover your roots, honor your grandparents, remember your immigrant roots.
  • Legal Information Institute, Cornell University Law School. Immigration law, federal, international materials, references.
  • Immigration Law - Guide to Immigration Law. was one of the very first online law and government sites. It was founded in January of 1995 by Lex Mundi, a large network of independent law firms.
  • Immigration Issues, Netlinks, articles, search, forums, chat, in the spotlight, community, shopping.
  • Immigration History Research Center. University of Minnesota. An international resource center on American immigration and ethnic history. Archival and published resources documenting immigration and ethnicity on a national scope.
  • Center for Immigration Studies. A non-profit, non-partisan think tank devoted exclusively to research and policy analysis of the economic, social, demographic, fiscal, and other impacts of immigration on the U.S.
  • Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, University of California, San Diego. An interdisciplinary, campus-wide, research and training center in comparative immigration studies.

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