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|Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services|
BCIS offers information about the agency's services, downloadable forms, laws and regulations, reports and studies, immigration history, genealogy research tools, a glossary.
|Center for Immigration Studies|
Nonprofit, non-partisan research institute which examines the impact of immigration on the United States. Publishes news, articles, reports, and publications on immigration issues.
|Mexican Migration Project|
Compiles a history of Mexican migration to the U.S. based on interviews conducted in Mexico. Includes database, maps, list of publications, oral histories, and online exhibit of religious folk art. In English and Spanish.
|Migration Information Source|
Data and global analysis of international migration and refugee trends, including charts and tables; articles on immigration and emigration policies, experience, patterns, and forecasts, U.S. historical trends, glossary.
Companion to a PBS documentary about a group of immigrants and refugees as they leave their homes.
|Separate Lives, Broken Dreams|
Information about the Chinese Exclusion Act, which until its repeal in 1943 "barred all Chinese from U.S. citizenship by naturalization." Includes immigration documents and photographs, Chinese exclusion literature, glossary, government document
|Bracero History Archive|
Oral histories, images, and documents pertaining to the Bracero program, a guest worker initiative that spanned the years 1942-1964.
Designed to help newcomers to America develop skills related to life in these United States.
|Forced Migration Online|
FMO provides guides to key forced migration, themes and country situations; full-text documents and journals; annotated, searchable collection of links; directory of contact information for relevant organizations; news feed; and events schedule.
|Golden Door, The|
Collection of photographs concerning turn of the twentieth century immigration to the United States. From the Keystone-Mast Collection.
|IDMC: International Displacement Monitoring Centre|
Information, data and publications dealing with refugees from wars and other conflicts throughout the world.
|Immigration History Research Center|
Includes information about the Research Center, archival finding aids, family history resources, and digital image database on migration studies, with a focus on immigration to the United States.
|Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930|
Collection of historical materials from Harvard's libraries, archives, and museums that documents voluntary immigration to the US from the signing of the Constitution to the onset of the Great Depression.
|International Organization for Migration|
Develop a broader understanding of the operational challenges of migration management, rapid humanitarian assistance, and resettlement assistance. Site also in French and Spanish.
|Irish and Irish Immigration Studies|
Resources for multidisciplinary study of Ireland and the world-wide dispersal of Irish immigrants.
|Los Trabajadores/The Workers|
Overview of day labor and day laborers, list of recommended books, articles, Web sites, and other related resources. Also available in Spanish. Companion to PBS program.
|Migration Policy Institute|
Find news and publications on U.S. immigration policy, U.S.-Mexico relations, European migration, temporary worker programs, refugees, border security.
|Silicon Raj: Making a Difference to America's Future|
Exhibit of annotated photographs by Rick Rocamora, documenting "the contributions of Indians in America -- in the high tech industry, medicine, biotechnology." Includes South Asian immigration timeline (1899-2000).
|US Immigration News|
Aimed at newcomers to the US, providing information about visas, green cards, INS, medical issues, taxes, social mores, shopping, driving, working, housing, legal system, personal stories.