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New Government Report: Internal Migration in the United States

Internal Migration in the United States

by James H. Miller
Paperback, 126 pages, 2011, $25.00
ISBN: 1437987419

This report reviews patterns in migration within the U.S. over the past thirty years. Internal migration has fallen noticeably since the 1980s, reversing increases from earlier in the century. The decline in migration has been widespread across demographic and socioeconomic groups, as well as for moves of all distances. Although a convincing explanation for the secular decline in migration remains elusive and requires further research, the authors find only limited roles for the housing market contraction and the economic recession in reducing migration recently. Despite its downward trend, migration within the U.S. remains higher than that within most other developed countries. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.

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June 20, 2011 at 10:08 am Leave a comment

Birding for Beginners: A Comprehensive Introduction to Bird Watching

Birding for Beginners:
A Comprehensive Introduction to Bird Watching

by Sheila Buff
(Paperback, 190 pages, 1993, ISBN: 0517161893)
List Price: $25.00, OUR PRICE: $17.00

BirdingAn informative and accessible introduction to the fascinating world of birdwatching.

With black and white illustrations and exquisite four-color photography, this book is the ideal guide to the birding experience. All the essentials for the beginner to enjoy birdwatching are covered: equipment, identification techniques, field guides, optics for birders, birding by ‘ear,’ and much more.

Also valuable are chapters on viewing bird behaviors such as feeding, flight, feather care, nesting and migration so the birder understands not just what kind of bird it is, but what the bird is doing. In addition, a selection of appendices cover everything from birding organizations to birding publications.

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July 21, 2010 at 9:59 pm Leave a comment

New Government Report: Unauthorized Aliens in the United States

Unauthorized Aliens in the United States
By Andorra Bruno (Paperback, 22 pages, 2010, $15)

Recently Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona signed into law SB 1070. According to The New York Times:

It prohibits the harboring of illegal aliens and makes it a state crime for an alien to commit certain federal immigration crimes. It also requires police officers who, in the course of a traffic stop or other law-enforcement action, come to a “reasonable suspicion” that a person is an illegal alien verify the person’s immigration status with the federal government.

This report on federal policy on unauthorized aliens contains: (I) Introduction; (II) Demographics of Unauthorized Population: Period of Arrival; Region of Birth; States of Residence; Demographic and Family Characteristics; Labor Force Participation; (III) Current Law: Restrictions on Unauthorized Aliens: Inadmissibility; Removal; Penalties; U.S. Employment; Other Restrictions; Relief for Unauthorized Aliens: Cancellation of Removal; Adjustment of Status; Registry; Asylum; (IV) Policy Options:Departure of Unauthorized Aliens: Removal; Attrition Through Enforcement; Legal Status for Unauthorized Aliens: Updating INA Provisions; Establishing New Mechanisms: Targeted Population.

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May 6, 2010 at 11:00 am Leave a comment

New Government Report: U.S. Immigration Policy on Haitian Migrants

U.S. Immigration Policy on Haitian Migrants
By Ruth Ellen Wasem (Paperback, 16 pages, 2010, $15)

Migrant interdiction and mandatory detention are key components of U.S. policy toward Haitian migrants, but human rights advocates express concern that Haitians are not afforded the same treatment as other asylum seekers.

The devastation caused by the Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake in Haiti has led Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano to grant Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to Haitians in the U.S. at the time of the earthquake.

There are concerns that the crisis conditions in Haiti may result in mass migration from the island. The balancing of DHS’s border security and immigration control responsibilities in the midst of a humanitarian disaster poses a challenge.

Contents of this report: (I) Current Context; (II) Immigration Trends: Migration by Sea; Haitians Currently Residing in the U.S.

(III) Policy Evolution; Post-Mariel Policy; Interdiction Agreement; Crisis After the Coup; Pre-Screening and Repatriation; Safe Haven and Refugee Processing; Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act (HRIFA); Mandatory Detention of Aliens in Expedited; Removal; Procedural Practices and Controversies;

(IV) Temporary Protected Status; (V) Federal Assistance to Haitian Migrants; Cuban-Haitian Entrants; Major Federal Benefit Programs; Refugee Resettlement Assistance; (VI) Issues in 111th Congress: Haitian Families with Approved Petitions; Adoption of Haitian Orphans; Supplemental FY2010 Funding; Possible Mass Migration; Status Adjustment. Figures.

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