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Win the Green Card Lottery! the COMPLETE Do-It-Yourself Guide. This book for is written for both entrants to and winners of the USA Diversity Visa Program. Our book is the most successful continually running book ever devoted to this popular immigration program from the U.S. Department of State.

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Latest Immigration Books

Here we present our most popular and recent titles on US immigration policy, work visas and citizenship, and works of fiction that relate to U.S. immigration. In addition to presenting you with the latest immigration publications, we will also provide titles that transcend borders, spotlighting issues such as the global economy and world hunger; climate change; corporate influence on politics, failures of mass media, and related topics for progressive thinkers who care deeply about the current direction of our country.

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Immigration and the Next America Archbishop José Gomez has written a personal, passionate and practical contribution to the national debate about immigration pointing the way toward a recovery of America's highest ideals. Immigration is a human rights test of our generation. It's also a defining historical moment for America. The meaning of this hour is that we need to renew our country in the image of her founding promises of universal rights rooted in God. "Immigration is about more than immigration. It's about renewing the soul of America." -- Archbishop José H. Gomez.


Behind the Green Card: How Immigration Policy is Killing the American Dream explodes the innumerable myths and bogeymen that obscure the reality of US immigration policy. Blinded by misguided national security interests, the United States has codified a series of unworkable and irresponsible laws which make this country weaker, poorer and less secure than ever. Through the elimination of both a huge marketplace and enormous supply of labor, the US struggles to regain economic growth while other developed nations, through sensible immigration policies, forge ahead.


Green Card Stories has been chosen as a 2012 Nautilus Book Award Silver Medal Winner in the Conscious Media/Journalism/Investigative Reporting category, as a Finalist for the 2012 IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award in the Multicultural category, a Bronze Medalist for the 2012 Independent Publisher IPPY Awards in the Multicultural Non-Fiction Adult category, received an Honorable Mention for the 2012 Eric Hoffer Award, and was shortlisted for the Santa Fe Writers Project Literary Award.


The Thomas Carroll Affair is a non-fictional account of a Bandit, a Priest, a Renegade and the inferno that engulfed a country nobody knew nor cared about. “I am in a powerful position right now,” Thomas Carroll, said as he planned to spread his visa fraud operation to more American Embassies. In nine months he had amassed eight to twelve million dollars, selling visas and flooding America with drug runners, thieves and rapists. The U.S. rewarded him for using his network to track a rival human trafficking operation, and the spies who used it to infiltrate the United States. Guyana was about to explode and nothing could stop him..

 The Mexican Wall: From the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico (English and Spanish Edition)

The Mexican Wall: From the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico. Since mid-2006, Maurice Sherif has been photographing segments of the U.S.-Mexico border wall and questioning how the United States--which sees itself as a champion of law, democracy, and human rights--came to engage in such a project. In his words, "North America is being sliced from sea to shining sea by a metal wall. This metal wall is the United States' answer to the drug industry, to the northward flight of the poor from sinking economies to the south, to every human appetite and need hidden beneath the word 'illegal.'


One Out of Three: Immigrant New York in the Twenty-First Century. This absorbing anthology features in-depth portraits of diverse ethnic populations, revealing the surprising new realities of immigrant life in twenty-first-century New York City. Contributors show how nearly fifty years of massive inflows have transformed New York City's economic and cultural life and how the city has changed the lives of immigrant newcomers.


Comprehensive Immigration Reform - 2013. Is the American immigration system broken? How do we handle 11 million people illegally in-country? Have past Presidents faced immigration problems? Did President Clinton sentence men, women and children to death in deserts and mountains? Can Congress fix immigration? Is Florida U.S. Senator Marco Rubio the immigration savior? Are Mexicans still coming to work? Does America need immigrant workers? Has immigration policy been racists since 1790?


Fiance and Marriage Visas: A Couple's Guide to US Immigration makes obtaining a visa and green card as painless as possible. It helps you make sure you're truly eligible and decide the fastest and best application strategy -- whether you're married or unmarried, living in the U.S. or overseas.


International Security: The Contemporary Agenda is a cutting-edge analysis of the key security challenges and developments in the post-Cold War world. Drawing on a wide range of contemporary examples, from the Iraq war to the rise of China, it is an essential guide for students and policy makers seeking to understand the theoretical and empirical debates over the fast-changing nature of international security today.


Governing Immigration Through Crime: A Reader. In the United States, immigration is generally seen as a law and order issue. Amidst increasing anti-immigrant sentiment, unauthorized migrants have been cast as lawbreakers. Governing Immigration Through Crime offers a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the use of crime and punishment to manage undocumented immigrants.


Migrant Remittances and Development in the Global Economy (Disasporas in World Politics) moves beyond the numbers to provide a uniquely comprehensive, historically informed overview and analysis of the complex role of migrant remittances in the global economy. How do patterns of migration and remittances differ across regions? What kinds of regulatory and institutional frameworks best support the contributions of remittances to local development? What has been the impact of remittances on migrants and their families?


Living "Illegal": The Human Face of Unauthorized Immigration. In June 2012, President Obama’s executive order enforcing parts of the Dream Act and the Supreme Court’s decision to block components of Arizona’s draconian immigration law propelled the immigration debate back into the headlines once again. Based on oral histories, individual testimonies, and years of research into the lives of ordinary migrants, Living “Illegal” offers richly textured “stories that often get lost in the rhetoric” (Gainesville Sun)—of real people working, building families, and enriching their communities even as the political climate has grown increasingly hostile.


The Securitization of Humanitarian Migration: Digging Moats and Sinking Boats. This book examines how western liberal states are progressively restricting access to refugees and asylum seekers, even though these states have signed international agreements obliging them to offer protection to those fleeing persecution and to advocate the spread of human rights and humanitarian principles. Watson examines how refugees and asylum seekers have come to be treated so poorly by these states through the use of policies such as visa requirements, mandatory detention and prevention/return policies.


Contested Voices: Women Immigrants in Today's World offers a comprehensive picture of immigrant women today and the impact which public policy, class, race, religion, and ethnicity have on their efforts to adjust to a new environment. Rejecting the notion that all immigrant women have the same experiences in adapting and adjusting to their new environment, the book examines the impact of gendered immigration policy in the receiving country, the attitudes and role expectations of both the citizens in the receiving country.


Citizenship Excess: Latino/as, Media, and the Nation (Critical Cultural Communication). Drawing on contemporary conflicts between Latino/as and anti-immigrant forces, Citizenship Excess illustrates the limitations of liberalism as expressed through U.S. media channels. Inspired by Latin American critical scholarship on the “coloniality of power,” Amaya demonstrates that nativists use the privileges associated with citizenship to accumulate power. That power is deployed to aggressively shape politics, culture, and the law, effectively undermining Latino/as who are marked by the ethno-racial and linguistic difference that nativists love to hate.


Immigration Enforcement: Elements and Legal Issues addresses the new elements and legal issues pertaining to immigration enforcement in the United States. Topics include the scope of prosecutorial discretion in immigration enforcement; a look at whether administrative amnesty harms our efforts to gain and maintain operational control of the borders; defining and quantifying the criminal alien population and enforcement statistics; the various authorities governing immigration detainers and key legal issues; authority of the state and local police to enforce federal immigration law; the Supreme Court's ruling in Arizona v. United States and much more.


Shanghai Girls: A Novel is set in 1937 Shanghai—the Paris of Asia—where twenty-one-year-old Pearl Chin and her younger sister, May, are having the time of their lives. Both are beautiful, modern, and carefree—until the day their father tells them that he has gambled away their wealth. To repay his debts, he must sell the girls as wives to suitors who have traveled from Los Angeles to find Chinese brides. As Japanese bombs fall on their beloved city, Pearl and May set out on the journey of a lifetime, from the Chinese countryside to the shores of America.


The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration. In this epic, beautifully written masterwork, Pulitzer Prize–winning author Isabel Wilkerson chronicles one of the great untold stories of American history: the decades-long migration of black citizens who fled the South for northern and western cities, in search of a better life. From 1915 to 1970, this exodus of almost six million people changed the face of America.