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Immigration Blawgs & News
Resource Portals Including Immigration
American Bar Association: Commission on Immigration:
Information about the commission, policy, amicus briefs, publications, Pro Bono assistance, South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project (ProBAR), Volunteer Advocates for Immigrant Justice (VAIJ), Immigration Justice Project (JP) for San Diego, Detention Standards Implementation Initiative, Fight Notario Fraud, Resources, Immigration Legal Service Providers Directory, Programs and Events, Meeting and Other information, contact information, and internship and open positions.
CataLaw is the catalog of catalogs of worldwide law on the Internet. It aids legal research by arranging all indexes of law and government into a uniform, universal and unique metaindex. Under topics, pick Immigration Law.
Cornell Legal Information Institute: Immigration
Overview of immigration law, historical and modern aspects of US immigration law, post 9/11 reform, refugee and asylum seekers, deportation information. Site provides basic immigration law resources.
Hieros Gamos: Immigration
Includes information about its Law Center, Immigration Law - US, Immigration Law - International, Organizations Related to Immigration Law, Publications Related to Immigration Law, Articles on HG.org related to Immigration Law, Related Laws, and lists Attorneys.
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
It is a national non-profit resource center that provides legal trainings, educational materials, and advocacy to advance immigrant rights.
TRAC Data Interpreter
The Data Interpreter lets you turn information from TRAC's Data Warehouse into reports. Start by selecting the kind of reports you want to generate. Free service from Syracuse University.
TRAC's Immigration Project is a new multi-year effort to systematically go after very detailed information from the government, check it for accuracy and completeness and then make it available in an understandable way to the American people, Congress, immigration groups and others.
Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Services at the National Archives
Table of Contents includes administrative history records, Headquarters Records of INS and its Predecessors 1882-1955, Passenger Arrival Records 1882-1957, Records of Alien Enemy Internment Camps 1917-19, 1935-51, District Office Records of INS and its Predecessors 1787-1976, Cartographic Records, Motion Pictures, Sound Recordings, and Machine-Readable Records 1971-93.