Table of Contents
   Introductionp. 1
   Immigration in Global Historical Perspectivep. 14
   Immigration Control Policy: Law and Implementationp. 29
   Citizenship and Nationality Policyp. 43
   Refugeesp. 56
   Unauthorized Migrationp. 70
   Settlement Patterns in Metropolitan Americap. 83
   Ethnic and Racial Identityp. 98
   Intermarriage and Multiple Identitiesp. 110
   Assimilationp. 124
   Transforming Foreigners into Americansp. 137
   Transnationalismp. 149
   Pluralism and Group Relationsp. 164
   Immigrants and the Economyp. 176
   Ethnic Politicsp. 189
   Ethnic Mediap. 202
   Religionp. 214
   Languagep. 228
   Educationp. 243
   Gender and Familyp. 258
   The Second Generationp. 270
   Africa: Westp. 283
   Africa: Eastp. 295
   Africa: South Africa and Zimbabwep. 307
   Canadap. 319
   Central Americap. 328
   China: People's Republic of Chinap. 340
   China: Outside the People's Republic of Chinap. 355
   Colombiap. 371
   Cubap. 386
   Dominican Republicp. 399
   El Salvadorp. 412
   Europe: Westernp. 421
   Europe: Central and Southeasternp. 433
   Haitip. 445
   Indiap. 458
   Iranp. 469
   Jamaicap. 479
   Koreap. 491
   Mexicop. 504
   Middle East and North Africap. 518
   Pacific: Fiji, Tonga, Samoap. 534
   Pacific: Japan, Australia, New Zealandp. 543
   Philippinesp. 556
   Polandp. 570
   Russiap. 579
   South Americap. 593
   South Asiap. 612
   Southeast Asiap. 624
   United Kingdomp. 641
   Vietnamp. 652
   West Indiesp. 674
   Immigration and Naturalization Legislationp. 687
   Acknowledgmentsp. 701
   Contributorsp. 703
   Indexp. 709