National and State Level Data
- Migration Policy Institute | Immigration Data Hub
- Pew Hispanic Center | Data and Resources
- Pew Hispanic Center | Immigration Trends
- Urban Institute | Demographics and Trends
- U.S. Census Bureau | American Fact Finder
County and City Level Data
- GCIR | Immigrants in the United States: County-level Data on the Foreign-born
- Pew Hispanic Center | Mapping the Latino Population by State, County and City
- National Institutes of Health (NICHD) | Net Migration Patterns for U.S. Counties - this new website allows users to generate maps and charts of state and county-level net migration using six decades of data
International Organization for Migration
The International Organization for Migration (alternately known as IOM and OIM) was established in the aftermath of World War II and seeks to promote understanding that migration benefits migrants and the societies where they relocate. Their website includes a number of studies and reports published in English and other languages about human trafficking, migrant health and employment, displacement after natural disasters, and a number of other migration-related topics.
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) makes recommendations to promote its partner countries’ (from North and South America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region) economic and social development, so as to foster lasting peace. OECD’s International Migration Database includes the inflow of foreign populations of its member countries, and publically-available statistics concerning employment rates and places of birth.
Posted August 9, 2013 • Revised June 16, 2017