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Comprehensive Immigration Reform
last updated November 19, 2008

Comprehensive Immigration Reform. In the past few months, more and more Americans have become interested in this country’s immigration problem. Political pollsters tell us that voters want the government to solve the problem – preferably this year. Voters list illegal immigration as one of their top issues of concern; they characterize it as a “serious” problem; and they say it is “important” that Congress solve the problem.

The American Immigration Law Foundation agrees. And we are here to provide objective information on immigration law and policy to the public, to the press, and to public policy makers. The links below will take you to resources within the American Immigration Law Foundation and to other organizations that specialize in immigration law and policy.

  • The American Immigration Law Foundation (AILF) was established in 1987 as a tax-exempt, not-for-profit educational, charitable organization. The Foundation is dedicated to increasing public understanding of immigration law and policy and the value of immigration to American society; to promoting public service and excellence in the practice of immigration law; and to advancing fundamental fairness and due process under the law for immigrants. Visit the AILF website for more information on our program areas.

  • AILF’s Immigration Policy Center provides current information on immigration topics. Our more recent immigration studies deal with demographics, the labor market, economics, border security, and legislation.

  • The American Immigration Lawyers Association, is working with Congress and the Administration to help change our immigration system so that it is more responsive to the needs of our economy and society. You should contact them here if you would like to participate in this process.

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