Publications & Resources
Immigration Publications from FAIR
FAIR releases regular publications on issues relevant to immigration reform in the United States. Click on the icon to download the recent publications and recommended reading in PDF format.
February 12, 2012 Publications & Resources
Selling America Short: The Failure of the EB-5 Visa Program (2012)The Employment Based 5th Preference (EB-5) Visa, also known as the Immigrant Investor Program, was established by Congress in 1990 to grant foreign nationals legal permanent residency (LPR) status for investing in the U.S. and creating jobs for at least two years (INA §203(b)(5)).
January 9, 2012 Publications & Resources
Recent Demographic Change in Arizona: Anatomy of Effective Immigration Reform Legislation (2012)Arizona policymakers have achieved notable success in their objective of deterring illegal immigration. Their achievements include a reduction in the illegal alien population and, as a consequence, a saving in related state and local expenditures. Census data and federal government estimates reveal a major shift in recent arrival and departure of aliens with related drops in low-income families, births, limited English speakers in school and in crime -- to name just a few of the changes.
February 16, 2011 Publications & Resources
Ten Years Later: We Will Not Forget (2011)FAIR's assessment of the nation's defense against terrorism 10 years after the 9/11 attacks identifies continuing loopholes that leave the nation vulnerable. A glaring example of this vulnerability is the continued lack of an entry-exit system that identifies whether foreigners have departed. The recent decision of the Obama administration to allow illegal aliens to remain in the country will perpetuate an environment favorable to terrorists.
January 12, 2011 Publications & Resources
Immigration, Population Growth and the Chesapeake BayA catastrophe, in the making over the course of many decades, is threatening the health of the Chesapeake Bay. Right now, the Chesapeake Bay is at a tipping point. Its condition has deteriorated to the extent that the Bay may never recover from the damage already inflicted upon it by overpopulation and overdevelopment on its coastal areas and vital tributaries. Even worse, there appears to be no serious effort to end future growth in the watershed.
November 15, 2010 Publications & Resources