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We will help you navigate through an unbiased lens to get the information you need to make informed decisions. Your journey to immigration should be a positive experience, regardless of your birthplace or past status.

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It can be overwhelming to understand what is true and what is “fake news.” It can be scary and stressful not knowing who to trust or where to turn. Trustworthy news should not be hard to find.

You will only find accurate, reliable information from e-immigrate.

We will help you navigate through an unbiased lens to get the information you need to make informed decisions. Your journey to immigration should be a positive experience, regardless of your birthplace or past status.

News content on e-immigrate comes from these sources:

Silicon Valley Community Foundation and a community task force of trusted advisors dedicated to curating the latest immigration news from vetted sources.

GivingCompass.org, a trusted non-profit partner giving you confidence and assurance you are getting accurate reporting covering topics related to immigration, civil society, criminal justice, human rights, and much more.

COVID-19’s affect on immigration

Spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, has caused panic across the United States. With the number of confirmed cases on the rise, the coronavirus has started to affect several facets of immigration. Posted by Melissa Cruz How government officials handle the virus...

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Medical attention for coronavirus urged for Immigrants

Immigrant advocates and health care providers on Monday urged America's undocumented immigrants to seek medical attention if they suspect they have contracted the coronavirus, despite recent moves by the Trump administration to curb immigrant consumption of public...

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“Freedom of Movement” Campaign and ICE-Free Zones

Advocacy group Mijente partnered with Lush Cosmetics to launch the “Freedom of Movement” Campaign to raise awareness about critical challenges faced by undocumented people in America. By Shani Saxon Grassroots organization Mijente officially launched its “Freedom of...

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Five states are home to majority of the US Immigrant voters

About one-in-ten people eligible to vote in this year’s U.S. presidential election are immigrants. And most (61%) of these 23 million naturalized citizens live in just five states. By Luis Noe-Bustamante and Abby Budiman California has more immigrant eligible voters...

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Women and Girls: Immigration in the US

Women and girls made up slightly more than half of the 44.7 million immigrants residing in the United States in 2018. By Jeanne Batalova The female share of the foreign-born population is higher in the United States (52 percent) than it is globally, where women and...

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Free legal services for immigrants in community colleges

City College of San Francisco announced Monday that it was chosen as a regional center for free legal services for immigrant students, faculty and staff at the state's community colleges. By Bay City News The Immigration Institute of the Bay Area will begin providing...

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Immigration Policy 101

The process to become a U.S. citizen can be complicated and hard to understand, but local experts met with the public last Thursday evening at Mount Logan Middle School in an effort to pull back the curtain on immigration policy. By Savannah Pace With around 500...

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A Primer: Black Immigrants in the United States

To cap off Black History Month this year, we take a look at how Black immigrants in the United States are making their mark today as workers, consumers, taxpayers, and voters. Compared to larger immigrant groups like Hispanics or Asians, there has been little research...

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Statistics on Immigration in the United States

Immigration has become far more central in the public conversation in the United States, typically the topic of political controversy, dueling statistics, and perceptions that often are at a significant lag to changing realities on the ground. By Jeanne Batalova,...

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