United States Commission on Immigration Reform
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Impact of the Federal Welfare Reform on Immigrants.
Dolores Acevedo-Garcia, Robin Omata, Deborah Ringel, Sharon Carothers, Christine Lee, Amy Westpfahl. 1997. 41 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 163Kb.

Illegal Mexican Migration and the United States/Mexico Border: The Effect of Operation Hold the Line on El Paso/Juarez.
Frank D. Bean, Roland Chanove, Robert G. Cushing, Rodolfo de la Garza, Gary P. Freeman, Charles W. Haynes, David Spener. Population Research Center, University of Texas at Austin. 1994. 132 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 630Kb.

Immigration Emergencies: Learning from the Past, Planning for the Future.
Gretchen Bolton. Refugee Policy Group. 1994. 42 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 198Kb.

Immigrationís Impact on U.S. National Security and Foreign Policy.
Kenneth J. Franzblau. 1997. 48 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 214Kb.

The Impact of the Immigration Act of 1990 on U.S. Immigration.
Michael J. Greenwood and Fred A. Ziel. 42 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 175Kb.

The Challenge of Mass Asylum.
Charles B. Keely. Georgetown University. 1994. 20 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 129Kb.

U.S. Immigration and the Environment: Scientific Research and Analytic Issues.
Ellen Percy Kraly. Colgate University. 1995. 82 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 400Kb.

Averting Immigration Emergencies.
Kathryn C. Lawler. Refugee Policy Group. 1994. 24 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 141Kb.

Desertification and Migration: Mexico and the United States.
Michelle Leighton Schwartz and Jessica Notini. Natural Heritage Institute. 1994. 51 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 1289Kb.

Temporary Migrants in the United States.
Edited by B. Lindsay Lowell. Articles on temporary workers, foreign students, and exchange visitors by Jagdish Bhagwati, Barry R. Chiswick, Gregory DeFreitas, Jacqueline Hagan, Charles Keely, Philip Martin, Susana McCollom, Frank L. Morris, Sr., David North, Demetrios Papdemetriou, Miland Rao, and Michael P. Smith. U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform. 1996. 287 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 881Kb.

Employer Sanctions in France: From the Campaign Against Illegal Employment to the Campaign Against Illegal Work.
Mark J. Miller. University of Delaware. 1995. 48 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 245Kb.

Western European Strategies to Deter Unwanted Migration: Neither New Barbarian Invasions Nor Fortress Europa.
Mark J. Miller. University of Delaware. 1994. 38 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 209Kb.

Environmental Degradation and Migration.
Natural Heritage Institute. 1997. 46 pages.

Estimates of the Financial Costs of Refugee Resettlement: The Current System and Alternative Models.
David S. North. 1997. 52 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 268Kb.

Immigrant Quality and Assimilation: A Literature Review.
T. Paul Schultz. Yale University. 1995. 16 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 126Kb.

Potential Sponsorship by IRCA-Legalized Immigrants.
Karen A. Woodrow-Lafield. Center for Social and Demographic Analysis, University at Albany, State University of New York. 1995. 40 pages.
Paper available in PDF format, 208Kb.

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