Immigration And the United States
Books are located in the Regular Collection on the Fourth Floor. Reference books are
on the first floor. More books on this topic can be found using the Library Catalog
|Americans in waiting : the lost story of immigration and citizenship in the United
||JV 6483. M 67 2006
|Cultural psychology of immigrants
||JV 6225. C 85 2006
|Encyclopedia of American immigration
||REF JV 6465. E 53 2001
|Encyclopedia of immigration and migration in the American West
||REF HB 1965 . E 53 2006
|From immigrants to Americans : the rise and fall of fitting in
||JV 6450. V 54 2009
|Impossible subjects : illegal aliens and the making of modern America
||JV 6483. N 49 2004
|Straddling the border : immigration policy and the INS
||JV 6483. M 27 2003
Journal ArticlesAcademic Search Premier
This multidisciplinary database can be used to locate articles on any topic, including
immigration, law enforcement, culture, language, and more.
This database contains articles written by legal professionals and can be used to
find information on current immigration law and policy, as well as case law.
This database contains a legal component that can be used to locate articles in legal
magazines and law reviews, and gives you access to the legal issues and opinions on
Military and Government Collection
This database contains thousands of articles on and by the US government and military.
WebsitesCenter for Immigration Studies
This non-partisan, non-profit research group collects news, statistics, and other
information about immigration in the United States.
US Census Bureau—Immigration Data
The Census Bureau regularly creates projections and estimates on the foreign-born
population of the United States. It is the most trusted source for this kind of statistical
US Citizenship and Naturalization Services
This is the official website of the Citizenship and Naturalization agency that administers
the citizenship exam and regulates immigration.
White House Agenda on Immigration
This page, hosted by the White House, outlines the President's official stance on