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Informational Websites and Organizations
Activist Websites and Organizations
Many of the sites listed on this page are action-oriented to some extent. The following sites are mainly activist-oriented.
State and Regional Organizations
Contact elected officials
U.S. Government information
- FirstGov.gov U.S. Government official web portal.
- Department of Homeland Security - public contact line: 1-877-287-8667 or 202-282-8000.
- Department of Justice - Attorney General, 950 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20530; 202-616-2777
- Office of Immigration Statistics - definitions and statistics.
- Presidential Oath of Office
- Immigration statistics - Immigrants
- Thomas provides detailed information on legislation, bills, Congressional Record, committee information.
- U.S. Census Bureau and private
Real Estate Center - state population data derived from the Census Bureau.
- U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Gloria Chavez, Public Information Office, 202-927-1422
- U.S. Library of Congress
- United States Declaration of Independence and
- United States Constitution with
Bill of Rights with
Selected news links
- MSN American Border Issues.
- Usenet newsgroups: alt.california.illegals, alt.politics.immigration. Browse archives with
Google - select "Groups".
- Yahoo groups - BorderWar, CloseTheBorders, mmp-chat, and many more.