Selected Links to Other Websites

Montana MILE: Montanans for Immigration Law Enforcement

Across the country, concerned Americans are working to change our immigration policies and laws – and bolster their enforcement – so that they, once again, serve the national interest. Hundreds of organizations have sprung up at the national, state, and local levels to channel the energies of myriad concerned citizens (and legal immigrants!) towards achieving this country-preserving goal. Here MILE provides links to a few other organizations that we think play unique roles in this long, critical struggle.

National Organizations

The hundreds of thousands of Americans participating through NumbersUSA have been the largest force in stymieing illegal alien amnesties in Congress. Sign up! Be part of their faxing and phoning army. Consult their voluminous data bases, including Congressional voting records on immigration. ALL FOR FREE.  Be sure to watch the famous "gumballs" video featuring NumbersUSA founder and director Roy Beck.  (It's truly famous, and it's only six minutes long.)

The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) currently focuses on activism and mass immigration's impacts at the state level.

The Center for Immigration Studies is the think tank studying all of immigration's impacts on our nation and developing recommendations for public policies that will serve the needs of the American people as a whole. Check out the enormous archives at their "Publications" page.

ProEnglish works "through the courts and in the court of public opinion to defend English's historic role as America's common, unifying language, and to persuade lawmakers to adopt English as the official language at all levels of government."

In the last few years, the venerable Heritage Foundation, a broad-spectrum conservative think-tank, has done top-notch analyses on the economic and security impacts of mass immigration into America.

Local or Specialty Organizations

Most refugee and asylum cases are fraudulent: The people coming here as refugees and those demanding asylum upon arrival are overwhelmingly people who are simply looking for a better life, economically. They weren't actually at political hazard in their home countries.  The folks at Refugee Resettlement Watch are discovering how to fight the sudden threats of refugee floods into American cities, and they're eager to share the lessons they've learned.

The Colorado Alliance for Immigration Reform, one of the most experienced state-level organizations, has played important roles in the passage of state laws to make Colorado less friendly to illegal aliens.

Oregonians for Immigration Reform mobilizes hundreds across the state in pressing for legislation to discourage the presence of illegal aliens. The group has been especially effective in getting younger people to step up for the cause.

The Indiana Federation for Immigration Reform & Enforcement's stalwarts are in the thick of fighting to pass state legislation against illegal aliens.  They're also involved in educating the public via "town hall" events and demonstrations, in Indiana and neighboring states. Their web site has a forum for the public.