It is important to contact your elected officials.
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- www.NumbersUSA.com has an excellent fax system. Go to their website and set up a user ID and profile. Then you can send easily-composed faxes to Congress and the President for free, over the internet, without the need for a fax machine.
- FAIR has a mechanism to look up your Congressperson and has suggested letters you can send.
- Congress.org lets you look up and contact your U.S. elected officials and local elected officials.
- U.S. House of Representatives
- U.S. Senate
- The White House - President George Bush, The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20500; 202-456-1111 9-5 m-f; fax: 202-456-2461. Contact the President via webmail.
- Department of Homeland Security - comment page.
- Department of Justice - Attorney General, 950 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20530; 202-616-2777
- FirstGov.gov U.S. Government official web portal.
- Americans for Better Immigration - Congressional immigration voting records and contact info.
- Project Vote Smart - Congressional information.
- U.S. Library of Congress
- Thomas provides detailed information on legislation, bills, Congressional Record, committee information.
U.S. Congress (House and Senate) 800-648-3516, 877-762-8762,
- Gloria Chavez, Public Information Office, U.S. Customs and Border Protection 202-927-1422 or email@example.com.
- Department of Homeland Security, public contact line: 1-877-287-8667 9-5 eastern time, alternate line: 202-282-8000.
- Asa Hutchinson, Under Secretary for Border and Transportation Security at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), 202-282-8777, 202-282-8077, 202-282-8355. email Asa Hutchinson.
President Vicente Fox, Office of the President, Los Pinos,
Puerta 1, Col. San Miguel Chapultapec,
11850 Mexico, D.F.
FAX: 55 5510 8713; Tel.: 55 5515 3717; www.presidencia.gob.mx
- Constitutional charter of the Guard, including Article IV, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution
- Consular Information Sheet - Mexico - lists entry requirements and Mexican policies on visitation and immigration.
- Glossary from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Glossary from legal firm.
- Map of remittances to Latin America.
- Office of Immigration Statistics contains definitions and statistics, including: Immigration statistics - Immigrants - information and statsitics on the number and characteristics of persons who come to the United States for permanent residence, including persons arriving with that status and those adjusting to permanent resident status after entry.
- Population Reference Bureau
- Presidential Oath of Office
- United States Census Bureau and Real Estate Center state population data derived from the Census Bureau.
- United States Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and Constitutional Amendments. Also see about the U.S. Constitution and about the Declaration of Independence. More about the Declaration of Independence.
- U.S. Legal Reference Section - what the law says about illegal immigration.