Immigration Data on Demand (iDod) provides information to academics, policy-makers and the public with unbiased and objective research related to immigrants and immigration in the United States. This service is provided, free of charge, to help individuals and institutions examine the immigrant populations of their particular geography.
iDod fact sheets demonstrate how immigrants contribute to the economy and society of the United States. Ultimately, the goal of iDod is to connect people with accurate data on immigrant populations. If you are interested in receiving one of these fact sheets, please fill out an iDod Request Form.
Unlike many available services, iDod provides these fact sheets for free and will personalize each request. For more information, browse our Terms & Conditions and library of previously produced fact sheets.
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