Official U.S. Immigration Links
- U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The CIS home
page has a wealth of immigration-related links and notices.
- U.S. CIS Fact Sheets. This page lists
general "How Do I ..." guidelines for processing citizenship and immigration benefits. We also post the most useful of these guides
on our Free Downloads page.
- U.S. Department of State. This U.S. Department of State home page contains
late breaking international news, links to senior government officials, State Department resources, press releases, current travel warnings,
international business issues, and more.
- U.S. Embassies and Consulates.
This site contains a link to each United States Embassy and Consulate worldwide.
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- English Language Schools. They are another excellent search site for ESL programs around the world.
- International Student.com. The international student exchange and study abroad resource center. Their goal is to "provide the international student one site with study abroad information, services, and resources."
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- The ACLU Immigrant Rights Page.
According to the American Civil Liberties Union, since this nation's founding, more than 55 million immigrants from
every continent have settled in the United States. In fact, with the exception of Native Americans, everyone living in this country is
either an immigrant or the descendent of voluntary or involuntary immigrants.
- Migration Information Source. This useful
site provides "... fresh thought, authoritative data from numerous global organizations and governments, and
global analysis of international migration and refugee trends. A unique online resource, MPI offers useful tools, vital data,
and essential facts on the movement of people worldwide research tools to analyze migration data on migrants worldwide."
- Pew Hispanic Center. The center “conducts and
commissions studies on a wide range of topics with the aim of presenting research that at once meets the most rigorous
scientific standards and is accessible to the interested public.” It regularly conducts publicopinion surveys providing
Latino views on a range of social matters and public policy issues, including immigration."
- Center for Comparative Immigration Studies. The CCIS conducts
basic and policy-oriented research projects on international migration and refugee flows throughout the world."
- NAFSA: Association of International Educators. NAFSA is the leading professional association promoting the exchange of students and scholars to and from the United States.
- Center for Immigration Studies. The CRC, run by Mark
Krikorian, is a distributor of immigration news and reports that reflect an anti-immigration viewpoint. The
CRC is a tax-exempt organization depending on donations and grants from the German Marshall Fund. It has been designated as a hate-site by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
- Michelle Malkin.com. Michelle Malkin is a
female version of Lou Dobbs. In our opinion, her anti-immigrant rhetoric is meant to stir up controversy to help her sell books. As a Fillipino-American, Michelle's ignorance is only matched by her hippocracy. She still defends America's decision to
intern Japanese-Americans after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Need we say more? Oh, and by the way, she blamed the mortgage meltdown on illegal immigrants... Jeesh!
- VDare.com. This genuine immigrant hate site
uses a deer as their logo, perhaps because their readers reflect a "deer in the headlights" mentality. They
actively encourage reporting illegal aliens, support citizen border patrols and other methods aimed at a purely law
enforcement approach to solving the immigration problem. If you support Glenn Beck, you'll love this site.
- NumbersUSA. Another anti-immigration site, but one of the most influential.