The Advocates compiles and generates a great deal of information about immigration and immigrant rights in Minnesota. To learn more, please browse the list below.
Immigrant Quotient (I.Q.) Test
Test your knowledge about immigration in the nation and in Minnesota.
Read about the struggles and challenges faced by some of Minnesota's immigrants in their journeys to the U.S.
View a naturalization ceremony slideshow, found here. More than 220 people from 50 nations became new U.S. citizens at a naturalization ceremony at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul
Voices from Silence (PDF)
The Advocates has released a report which details the impact of 9/11 on the lives of immigrants, refugees, and religious minorities in Minnesota. This report documents personal stories of fear and discrimination in a post-9/11 environment, and contextualizes them with an overview of laws and policies that have affected these communities.
Facts About Immigration in Minnesota
Facts about the history of immigration to Minnesota, the current foreign-born population, local immigration legislation, and more.
Reports About Immigration in Minnesota
Reports about the nature of the immigrant population, impact of immigration on the economy, and more.
Legislation and Advocacy
Find out more about immigration legislation and advocacy in the nation and in Minnesota.
Services in Minnesota
A list of free and low-cost immigration services in Minnesota.
Find out about upcoming immigration events.
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