Who is Coming to America?

Who is Coming to America?

June 28, 2013

Immigration is a hot topic in our country and it has yet to be resolved. Illegal immigration is still a big concern but legal immigration is also of interest. This infographic looks at the 20 countries from which most people came to America in 2008. This infographic also shows who already had family here and […]

Canada Immigration Statistics 2012

June 22, 2013

Canada is one of the top destinations for immigration, and consistently accepts more immigrants each year. This infographic lists some interesting Canadian immigration statistics for 2012. Niren and Associates, Immigration Lawyers

Economic Impact of Immigration

Economic Impact of Immigration

May 1, 2013

Immigration is a big issue in the United States and in countries the world over. This infographic really focuses on the economic impact of immigration. Source

The True Cost Of: Boycotting Arizona

The True Cost Of: Boycotting Arizona

December 5, 2012

In 2010, Arizona passed a highly controversial law that aimed to identify, prosecute and deport illegal immigrants in the state. The reactions were heated, some even threatened boycotting the 2011 MLB All-Star game, slated to take place in Phoenix. This infographic examines the potential impact of such boycots on Arizona’s economy. Source

Brooklyn, New York: Foreign Born v. Native...

Brooklyn, New York: Foreign Born v. Native…

December 1, 2012

This Brooklyn Bureau infograph showcases the community board-level foreign-born rate compared to the overall population. Source

How Long Do Immigrant Families

How Long Do Immigrant Families “Wait in Line”? Sometimes Decades

November 13, 2012

It’s a popular turn of phrase: undocumented immigrants should just follow the rules and “get in line.” What they don’t point out is that it’s a really, really long line, thanks to the broken immigration system. Here’s a look at who’s waiting for family and work visas. Source

The World of Theo Angelopoulos

The World of Theo Angelopoulos

November 13, 2012

A tribute to the great film maker. His films have always had a peircing view of contemporary history. Personally, I have always marked his outstanding pattern of presenting refugees as more important than other parts of his stories. Thus, I made this infographic trying to depict immigration in his films. If I’ve missed something, let […]

U.S. Immigration in the 20th Century

U.S. Immigration in the 20th Century

November 3, 2012

The American Dream has been a goal for people from all over the world forever. Immigration has been a red button issue in the United States long before Ellis Island opened its doors back in 1892 and is still in the headlines today. This infographic shows the impact immigration had in the 20th century and […]

States Introduced a Records Number of Immigration Bills First Half of 2011

States Introduced a Records Number of Immigration Bills First Half of 2011

October 28, 2012

Lawmakers from all 50 states introduced a recording-breaking 1,592 bills and resolutions dealing with immigration in the first half of 2011, according to a new report from the bipartisan National Conference of State Legislatures. Of the bills introduced, 151 laws and 95 resolutions passed in 40 state legislatures and Puerto Rico. An additional 10 bills […]

Latin American Immigrants to the US

Latin American Immigrants to the US

October 24, 2012

A study on Latin American immigrants to the US and its relation to the entire US Population.

People Movin

People Movin’

October 15, 2012

Migration flows across the world. Source

Securing the Country from Immigrants

Securing the Country from Immigrants

October 14, 2012

So far, 1,595 jurisdictions in 27 states have signed up for Secure Communities. More than 193,000 inmates from these jurisdictions have been transferred to immigration custody, and about 33 percent of them had not been charged with, or convicted of, the crimes for which they were arrested Source