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Immigration in New Mexico
State Fact Sheets
- New Americans in New Mexico: The Political and Economic Power of Immigrants, Latinos, and Asians in the Land of Enchantment
- New Mexico: Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Innovation, and Welcoming Initiatives in the Land of Enchantment
- New Mexico District 1 - Representative Michelle Lujan Grisham
- New Mexico District 2 - Representative Steve Pearce
- New Mexico District 3 - Representative Ben Lujan
For Congressional districts in other states, visit our District-by-District page.
Fact Sheets and Reports
- The Cost of Doing Nothing: Dollars, Lives, and Opportunities Lost in the Wait for Immigration Reform (IPC Fact Check, September 2013)
- Stepping Up: The Impact of the Newest Immigrant, Asian, and Latino Voters (IPC Special Reports, September 2013)
- An Immigration Stimulus: The Economic Benefits of a Legalization Program (IPC Fact Check, April 2013)
- Chicken Little in the Voting Booth: The Non-Existent Problem of Non-Citizen Voter Fraud (IPC Fact Check, October 2012)
- Latinos in America: A Demographic Overview (IPC Fact Check, April 2012)
- Economic Benefits of Granting Deferred Action to Unauthorized Immigrants Brought to U.S. as Youth (IPC Fact Check, June 2012)
- Assessing the Economic Impact of Immigration at the State and Local Level (IPC Fact Check, August 2009)
- Dreams Deferred: The Costs of Ignoring Undocumented Students (IPC Fact Check, October 2008)
- Guest Workers Program with a Path to Legalization (IPC Fact Check, April 2006)
- California Governor Signs Sweeping Immigration Reforms into Law (October 2013)
- States Drive Positive Change on Immigration While House Is Stuck in Low Gear (September 2013)
- Immigrant Business Owners Continue to Contribute to Communities Across America (August 2013)
- Despite Governor’s Best Efforts, New Mexico Keeps Driver’s Licenses for the Undocumented (April 2013)
- Immigration Policy in the States: A Roundup (March 2013)
- Voter ID Laws Tackle Non-Existent Problem of Immigrant Vote Fraud (July 2012)
- Lawmakers Attempt to Gut Census by Defunding American Community Survey (June 2012)
- States Continue to Propose Tuition Equity for Undocumented Immigrants (March 2012)
- New Mexico Governor Fails to Repeal State Driver’s License Law Yet Again (February 2012)
- States Legislators Attempt to Reframe Enforcement-Only Approach to Immigration (March 2011)
- Will State Legislators Continue to Pull the Plug on Restrictive Immigration Measures? (February 2011)
- Is the Latino Vote Up for Grabs? Midterm Polling and the Future of the Latino Vote (November 2010)
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