Excellent sources of detailed, but dated, information on countries. Although these books have not been updated to reflect current events, they remain valuable for the cultural and historical information they provide for each country.
Statistics related to migration to the United States including immigration, naturalization, refugees, asylum seekers, the illegal immigrant population, applications for immigration benefits and other related topics.
The website offers information for potential volunteers, covering the application process, benefits, safety, and the Peace Corps experience. A link to a website with information on overseas jobs with the Peace Corps is available.
Official site of the United Nations. Provides basic facts about the UN as well as in-depth presentations about key issues, including human rights, economic development, international law, and global conflict.
Includes a link to E-verify system for employers and also addresses green cards, citizenship, immigrant family issues, working in the U.S., refugees and asylum, international adoption, and free legal services.
For each country, content includes a map, a color image of the national flag, and a profile that includes information about the country's geography, population, government, economy, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues.