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Government Documents on Immigration: U.S. Government Internet

Government Documents on Immigration

U.S. Govt. Internet

Internet Resources

Increasing volumes of U.S. Government information can be found on the Internet. A locally accessible master index of government Internet resources can be found HERE. Other useful WWW sources of U.S. government immigration information are:

HathiTrust Catalog (Selected records from CIC Institutions)

Ellis Island National Monument

Immigration Records & Privacy (December 10, 2015 National Archives YouTube Video Presentation)

Census Bureau-U.S. Foreign Born Population (Current Data & Estimates)
Historical U.S. Population Census (1790-2010)
Federal Digital System (FDSYS) -Provides access to federal legal, legislative, and regulatory information resources such as congressional bills, the Federal Register, and Congressional Record.
Bureau of Justice Statistics
 Executive Office for Immigration Review
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Bureau of Citizenship & Immigration Services
U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Homeland Security Dept. Inspector General
Justice Dept. Inspector General
ProQuest Statistical (Purdue Users Only)
ProQuest Congressional Serial Set (Purdue Users Only) Includes Dillingham Commission immigration reports from 1910-1913.
National Academy of Science
Office of Immigration Statistics
State Dept. Bureau of Consular Affairs (Visa Information)
State Dept. Office to Monitor & Combat Trafficking in Persons

Subject Specialist

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Bert Chapman
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