Resources


GREEN CARD STORIES BLOG
Keep current on immigration issues through the Green Card Stories blog. The blog also includes updates about individuals in the book and announcements of their own events. The collaborators of Green Card Stories are quoted in articles and speak on immigration issues, which are also mentioned in the blog.

OUR PARTNERS
With the support of these partnering organizations, Green Card Stories has become a vibrant book and has been able to reach wider audiences.

WEBSITES OF INDIVIDUALS IN THE BOOK
To learn more about the individuals in the book, visit their websites. Many are artists with ongoing projects, entrepreneurs with successful businesses, or activists working for immigrants’ rights.

IMMIGRATION ADVOCACY ORGANIZATIONS
If you are interested in working toward reforming our immigration laws or helping immigrants contribute to U.S. society, see our list of immigration advocacy organizations. You can participate in a national conversation about immigration reform, learn more about the DREAM Act, help immigrants to get involved in your community, or help people apply to become naturalized citizens. Also visit the sites of our partnering organizations.

GOVERNMENT WEBSITES
Learn more about the various immigration agencies in the Department of Homeland Security. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services oversees immigration applications and benefits. U.S. Customs and Border Protection is responsible for securing U.S. borders and facilitating trade and travel. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement enforces immigration violations inside the United States. You can also find visa information through the State Department and current immigration initiatives at the White House.

READING LIST
For suggestions on books regarding immigration and immigrants, check out our recommended reading list. The books range from novels to nonfiction works about the immigrant experience in the United States.

FILMOGRAPHY
Gain knowledge about a particular immigrant group through our recommended films. Whether it’s a lighthearted comedy about the nuances of an intercultural marriage or a documentary about the travails that immigrants endure to arrive or stay in the United States, we offer a range of movies for you to view.

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