National Immigration Forum

Practical Solutions for Immigrants and America

Forum Publications

S.1984 AT A GLANCE - The Kyl-Specter-McCain-Martinez-Cornyn-Graham-Sessions-McConnell Immigration Enforcement and Border Security Act of 2007

September 28, 2007

A short summary of the Immigration Enforcement and Border Security Act.

Immigration Enforcement and Border Security Act of 2007 (S. 1984) - Section-by-Section Analysis

September 08, 2007

A section-by-section analysis of the enforcement-only bill introduced by Senators Martinez, McCain, Graham, Specter, and Kyl.

Backgrounder: Immigration Law Enforcement by State and Local Police

August 31, 2007

An issue brief making the case against using state and local police to enforce federal immigration laws.

Senate Immigration Bill Floor Consideration: Round 2 - Amendments at a Glance

June 26, 2007

Describes amendments to the Senate’s comprehensive immigration reform legislation proposed to be considered on the Senate floor during the week of June 25th.

Questions and Answers about the Senate Immigration Bill

May 24, 2007

Answers commonly asked questions about the Senate comprhenensive immigration reform bill.

A National Survey of Voter Attitudes on Immigration

April 25, 2007

This poll shows that interest among voters in passing comprehensive immigration reform has increased since last year, and that support for comprehensive reform with a path to citizenship is still strong.

Security Through Regularized Immigration And A Vibrant Economy Act Of 2007 (“Strive” Act Of 2007) Section-By-Section Analysis

April 03, 2007

A Section-by-Section Analysis of the STRIVE Act comprehensive immigration reform legislation.

STRIVE Act At-a-Glance

April 02, 2007

A brief overview of the Security Through Regularized Immigration and a Vibrant Economy Act.

Backgrounder: Immigration and the 2006 Election

January 30, 2007

Analysis of how the issue of immigration played out in the Congressional election of 2006.

A National Survey of Voter Attitudes on Immigration

July 25, 2006

Among the major findings: Voters want Congress to resolve the immigration problem this year. An approach similar to the one taken by the Senate has more support than a plan that includes only enforcement and a guest-worker plan. Statements viewed by Hispanics as too harsh towards immigrants or Hispanics are more likely to have had a negative impact on their support for Republican candidates.


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