The Federation for American Immigration Reform  (FAIR)          

A. Where is home base (city/state/country)? Washington D.C.

B.What is key constituency or audience? Nationwide constituency of legal American citizens.

C.What are the agency’s main activities? Research, outreach, media, government relations, and public education.

D.Mission statement? Key goals? Their main goal is to end illegal immigration, and to set legal immigration at the lowest level possible.

E.What are key im/migration issues of concern to this agency? FAIR is concerned that the United States has enough immigration laws but no immigration policy. FAIR also, believes that immigrants and illegal immigrants are taking control away from the American government and its people.

F.What is the most common basis for statements issued, agency’s research, press releases, etc.? That immigration should decrease and illegal immigration stopped.

G.Is the agency noticeably pro or con immigration? FAIR is noticeably against immigration.

H.Give at least one citation of this group in a news report. “While corporate America gets access to an unending supply of cheap, exploitable workers, American families will take a financial thrashing as wages and working conditions plummet across the country,” said Dan Stein, FAIR’s executive director. this

I.Names of key spokespersons/officers? Dave Ray

J.Give at least one citation of this group in a news report. "By accepting this document, local governments are allowing people to violate our immigration laws and putting us all in danger," Ray said. "The consular ID card is succeeding in making immigration policy irrelevant."

K.Other issues of interest? Legal Immigration Reform, Illegal immigration, National Security, Labor & Economics, Environment, and Immigration & Society

L.Web site? Give URL-


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