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Welcome to Educating About Immigration! This interactive site caters to teachers, students, and others interested in unbiased information and lessons on U.S. immigration.

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George Sanchez, USC Professor of American Studies and History and Ethnicity

georgesanchezFebruary 23, 2010—Hear Prof. Sanchez’s engaging lecture on the interplay of race, ethnicity, immigration, the U.S. Census, and the history of Southern California. He was addressing a group of educators as part of a professional development session for CRF’s Educating About Immigration curriculum held at the National Center for the Preservation of Democracy, Los Angeles.


 

Immigration Laws

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Immigration in US History

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Naturalization

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Immigrant Stories

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Student Action

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POLL QUESTION
Do you think the process of deporting unaccompanied minors from Central America should be made easier in order to solve the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border?
YES. The number of minors is more than the U.S. courts can handle, and the U.S. is not responsible for the violence in Central America.
NO. These minors have rights to due process of law, and many of them qualify for political asylum.
UNDECIDED. I have no opinion or do not have enough information to decide.
 
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