Welcome to the Institute for Immigration Research iDod page. The Immigration Data on Demand (iDod) service will be provided to academics, policy-makers and the public with unbiased and objective research related to immigrants and immigration in the United States. This service will be provided, free of charge, to help individuals and institutions examine the immigrant populations of their particular geography.
Recipients of this data will see, show, and demonstrate how immigrants provide vital contributions to the economy and society of our nation. Ultimately, the goal of the iDod project is to create collaborations and connect people with data from their particular region or sector of interest on immigrant populations. If you are interested in receiving one of these fact sheets please fill out our iDod summer queue.
Unlike many services available currently, this project will provide these fact sheets for free and will be personalized to each request. For more information we have included a library of previously produced fact sheets and an explanation of our methodology. Please contact us at email@example.com with any questions or comments.
Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians (http://welcomingcenter.org/)
Fiscal Policy Institute (http://fiscalpolicy.org/)
Cisneros Center (http://www.cisneroscenter.org/home)
World Education Services Global Talent Bridge (http://www.globaltalentbridge.org/)
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow MIT (https://mitgsl.mit.edu/news-events/new-faces)
USC Dornsife (http://dornsife.usc.edu/)
City of Pittsburgh (http://pittsburghpa.gov/)
Immigrant Learning Center, Malden MA (http://www.ilctr.org/)
National Conference of State Legislatures (http://www.ncsl.org/)
City of St. Louis, MO (https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/)
Career Collaborative, Boston MA (http://careercollaborative.org/)
Kennesaw State University (http://kennesaw.edu/)
Hispanic Advocacy and Community Empowerment through Research (http://www.hacer-mn.org/)