Big-picture information about immigration lobbying in the United States
The Sunlight Foundation produced a report on immigration lobbying in the United States. See here for a discussion and here for an interactive graphic.
Information about specific immigration lobbying efforts and legislative proposals in the United States
- Red Card Solution (website, page about them on Open Borders) was a proposal for a radically expanded guest worker program made by the Krieble Foundation, which met with considerable opposition from people on all sides of the immigration debate.
- Startup visa (advocacy website, page about them on Open Borders) is a proposal to create a new visa type (possibly by using unused slots in existing visas such as the EB-5 investor visa) specifically designed for startup entrepreneurs.
- FWD.us (website, Wikipedia page, page about them on Open Borders) is a lobbying group devoted to high-skilled immigration, border security, improving e-verify, and a path to citizenship for current and future migrants to the United States.
Information about specific legislative and executive decisions (bills, acts, executive orders, etc.) related to immigration in the United States
- Obama de facto DREAM Act: A de facto DREAM Act-like executive order announced by Obama on June 15, 2012.