Immigrants in the U.S.
Regardless of status, immigrants have always played a central role in the life and growth of our nation. Immigrants contribute $10 billion a year to this country's economic growth.
However, immigrants living in the United States often face unique challenges.
- Groups to Build Civic Engagement among Immigrants - Feature Story - 7/15/08
- Living in the United States: A Guide for Immigrant Youth (pdf) - Report - Immigrant Legal Resource Center - 12/1/07
- Working for a Better Life: A Profile of Immigrants in the New York State Economy - Report - Fiscal Policy Institute - 11/1/07
- Today We March, Tomorrow We Vote! The Untapped Power of New Immigrant Voters (pdf) - Report - Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights - 6/29/06
- Immigrants Pay Fair Share, Study Finds - Feature Story - 6/16/06
- The Naturalization Trail: Mexican Nationality and U.S. Citizenship (pdf) - Report - Institute of Latino Studies at the University of Notre Dame - 6/1/06
- Civic Contributions: Taxes Paid by Immigrants in the Washington, DC, Metropolitan Area - Report - The Community Foundation - 5/1/06
- Changing Patterns in the Relative Economic Performance of Immigrants to Great Britain and the United States, 1980-2000 - Report - Center for Economic and Policy Research, Washington, DC and Centre for Economic Performance, London - 4/27/06
- Undocumented Immigrants: Myths and Reality - Fact Sheet - Urban Institute - 11/1/05
- State Policies Can Promote Immigrant Children's Economic Security - Report - National Center for Children in Poverty - October 2005
- A Profile of Low-Income Working Immigrant Families - Report - The Urban Institute - 6/30/05
- Immigrants, Employers Hurt by New Initiative - Feature Story - 8/13/02
- Office of Special Counsel for Immigration Related Unfair Employment Practices (OSC) - Testimony - 3/21/02
- Hidden in the Home: Abuse of Domestic Workers with Special Visas in the United States - Report - Human Rights Watch - 6/14/01
- Hardship among Children of Immigrants: Findings from the 1999 National Survey of America's Families - Report - Urban Institute - 3/27/01