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Migration Policy Institute: Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and Immigration in the United States
This Spotlight offers information about the approximately 44.9 million immigrants in the United States by compiling the most authoritative and current data available. It provides an overview of historic immigration trends in the United States, sociodemographic information about who is immigrating, through which channels, and how many immigrants become naturalized citizens. It also provides data on the government’s enforcement actions and adjudication efforts to process visas.
Migration Policy Institute: State Immigration Data Profiles
Review U.S. Census data on U.S. immigrants and the native born based on: demographics, language and education, workforce, and income.
Refugee Processing Center: Admissions & Arrivals
The Refugee Processing Center (RPC) is operated by the U.S Department of State (DOS) Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) in the Rosslyn section of Arlington, Virginia USA. Reports are posted on the 5th of the following month, or the following Monday if the 5th is on a weekend.
Race, Ethnicity and Culture in Health: America Medical Student Association [AMSA]
The Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Health (REACH) committee aims to reduce health disparities among racial, ethnic and cultural groups through advocacy, education, and service. Their goals include: Strengthening cultural humility through education. Promoting diversity of the physician workforce. Empowering future physicians to actively engage in political and social movements toward health equity.
Native Health Initiative (NHI)
The Native Health Initiative (NHI) was created in 2005 as a partnership between health profession students and Indigenous communities to address health inequities, using the framework of health equity and loving service to guide our work. The partnership began in North Carolina, now primarily in New Mexico.
Last updated on Jan 11, 2023 2:41 PM