Guides & Reports
This guide gives service providers the information needed to address the resettlement needs of asylees.
The United States is a nation of immigrants united by a common creed and shared values.
Message from Executive Director and Board Chairman
The Need for Charitable Legal Immigration Services
Current capacity does not meet current demands for low-cost legal representation in immigration matters. For instance, immigrants eligible and soon-to-be eligible to naturalize as U.S. citizens have less income, education, and English language ability than immigrants who naturalized in previous decades.
MESSAGE FROM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND BOARD CHAIRMAN
The reports below outline the various contributions that immigrants make in the states where they reside.
The Immigration Policy Center has compiled research which shows that Ohio's immigrants, Latinos and Asians, are an integral part of the state's economy and tax base.
As workers, taxpayers, consumers, and entrepreneurs, immigrants and their children are an economic powerhouse.
On May 10, 2005, the U.S. Catholic Bishops formally launched Justice for Immigrants: The Catholic Campaign for Immigration Reform in an effort to educate the Catholic community, including Catholic public officials, on Catholic social teaching regarding immigrants. The goals of the campaign are to develop broad-based support amongst the public for a change in federal immigration law to permit undocumented immigrants to integrate into our society and to mobilize that broad-based support into legislative advocacy to Congress to change current immigration law.
Each year, the Office of Immigration Statistics within the Department of Homeland Security publishes a report on the number of immigrants in the United States.
Click here to read the 2008 report.
This publication Welcome to the United States: A Guide for New Immigrants, offers a comprehensive guide containing practical information to help immigrants settle into everyday life in the United States, as well as basic civics information that introduces new immigrants to the U.S. system of government.
Report of the Task Force on Muslim-American civic and political engagement.
The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Farooq Kathwari and Lynn M. Martin, Cochairs
Christopher B. Whitney, Project Director