The Center for Immigration Studies is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit research organization founded in 1985.The center conducts research and policy analysis of the economic, social, demographic, fiscal, and other impacts of immigration on the United States. It lists publications, announcements, congressional testimony, and panel discussion transcripts about immigration dating back to 1986 on the website.
Education, Immigrant Students, Refugee Students, and English Learners
This volume draws attention to how teachers at both the elementary and secondary levels teach, advocate for, and learn from and about immigrant students, the children of immigrants, their families, and refugees and their families, many of whom are also English language learners. Common to all of the contributions to this volume is the stance that educators and teachers can improve education for immigrant, refugee, and English language learner students.
International Migration is a refereed, policy oriented journal on migration issues as analyzed by demographers, economists, sociologists, political scientists and other social scientists from all parts of the world. It covers the entire field of policy relevance in international migration, giving attention not only to a breadth of topics reflective of policy concerns, but also attention to coverage of all regions of the world and to comparative policy.
International Migration Review is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal created to encourage and facilitate the study of all aspects of sociodemographic, historical, economic, political, legislative and international migration. It is internationally regarded as the principal journal in the field facilitating study of international migration, ethnic group relations, and refugee movements. Through an interdisciplinary approach and from an international perspective, IMR provides the single most comprehensive forum devoted exclusively to the analysis and review of international population movements.
The Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health is an international forum for the publication of peer-reviewed original research pertaining to immigrant health. The contributors are expert in diverse fields including public health, epidemiology, medicine and nursing, anthropology, sociology, population research, immigration law, and ethics. The journal also publishes review articles, short communications, letters to the editor, and notes from the field.
The Journal of International Migration and Integration (JIMI) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes original research papers, policy discussions and book reviews that enhance the understanding of immigration, settlement and integration and that contribute to policy development.
Pew Hispanic Center provides research reports that focus specifically on trends in migration flows, the characteristics of the foreign-born population and attitudes towards immigration policy issues.
ACIP’s primer on employment-based immigration gives an overview of the system, as well as details on specific immigration topics, providing solutions for reform that will help create U.S. jobs, bolster the economy and build a competitive American workforce.
Princeton, NJ: The Future of Children’s most recent volume, Immigrant Children, presents critical information about children in immigrant families in the U.S., and makes recommendations that will ultimately improve their well-being.