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Immigration in South Carolina
State Fact Sheets
- New Americans in South Carolina: The Political and Economic Power of Immigrants, Latinos, and Asians in the Palmetto State
- South Carolina: Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Innovation, and Welcoming Initiatives in the Palmetto State
- South Carolina District 4 - Representative Trey Gowdy
- South Carolina District 5 - Representative Mick Mulvaney
For Congressional districts in other states, visit our District-by-District page.
Fact Sheets and Reports
- AIC Executive Director Ben Johnson's Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee (IPC Perspectives, March 2013)
- Latinos in America: A Demographic Overview (IPC Fact Check, April 2012)
- What Arizona v. United States May Mean for States with Similar Immigration Laws (IPC Fact Check, April 2012)
- Bad for Business: How Anti-Immigration Legislation Drains Budgets and Damages States’ Economies (IPC Fact Check, March 2012)
- Q&A Guide to State Immigration Laws (IPC Special Reports, February 2012)
- Arizona is Not the First State to Take Immigration Matters into their Own Hands (IPC Fact Check, May 2010)
- Courts Continue to Reject Arizona Style Laws, Even as House Embraces SAFE Act (August 2013)
- How States And Local Economies Benefit From Immigrants (July 2013)
- Skilled Immigrants Come Through All Immigration Channels (March 2013)
- Agriculture Industry Harmed by Restrictive State Immigration Laws (September 2012)
- Voter ID Laws Tackle Non-Existent Problem of Immigrant Vote Fraud (July 2012)
- Some States Attempt to Move Forward on Immigration Laws Following Supreme Court Decision (July 2012)
- DOJ’s Lawsuit Against South Carolina Latest Legal Challenge to State Immigration Laws (November 2011)
- 50 States Work on Immigration Legislation While Congress Refuses to Act (August 2011)
- South Carolina Governor Signs $1.3 Million Immigration Enforcement Law (June 2011)
- States Legislators Attempt to Reframe Enforcement-Only Approach to Immigration (March 2011)
- State Lawmakers Conflicted Over Immigration Enforcement Measures (January 2011)
- SB1070-Inspired Activity Continues in the States (August 2010)
- Senators Graham and Kyl Buy Tickets to the Birthright Citizenship Dog and Pony Show (August 2010)
- Senator Graham Ready to Tackle Tough Issues, Immigration Included (January 2010)
- Senator Graham is Further Evidence that Immigration Reform is a Bipartisan Effort (January 2010)
- Immigration, Southern Manners, and South Carolina Demographics (September 2009)
- South Carolina Senator in Search of Solutions (August 2009)
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