Pew's immigration and the states project is currently exploring the intersection of federal and state immigration policies and their fiscal and economic impacts on states and localities by investigating:
- What the federal-state immigration relationship looks like, where there is friction, where effective collaboration is taking place, and where there are opportunities for improvement;
- The fiscal and economic impacts of existing immigration policies on states and localities; and
- How federal immigration reform may impact states.
Our original, non-partisan research gives both state and federal policy makers the information they need to make informed immigration decisions.
RESEARCH from the Project
- Immigration and the States Project
A new interactive from Pew's Immigration and the States Project provides insight on national and state immigration trends in the United States. more