MPI's U.S. Immigrant Integration Network


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The Migration Policy Institute’s National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy received hundreds of applications from across the United States in the inaugural year of its E Pluribus Unum Prizes program. The breadth and quality of the work of these applicants inspired us to create the U.S. Immigrant Integration Network.

The Network allows those who assist immigrants and their children in joining the mainstream of U.S. society to share effective policies and practices. It also allows leaders and practitioners in the emerging field and sub-fields of immigrant integration to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing them in their work and share ideas and strategies for greater success.

Whether you are working in a community group, government agency, business or elsewhere this site will allow you to:

  • learn more about immigrant integration efforts underway in different parts of the U.S.;
  • find resources on issues, policies and practices in a wide range of integration sub-fields;
  • form discussion groups and share information with others on topics of common interest;
  • and showcase your work and share your experiences and challenges.

This site is intended to meet your needs: please feel free to suggest others you think would benefit from joining, and actively participate in building a vibrant online community of immigrant integration leaders and practitioners!

The U.S. Immigrant Integration Programs Network is a membership site. All members must be approved by the Network host.

The U.S. Immigrant Integration Network is hosted by the Migration Policy Institute's (MPI) National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy (NCIIP).

Application Period Open for 2013 E Pluribus Unum Prizes through April 12


The Migration Policy Institute is now accepting applications for the 2013 E Pluribus Unum Prizes. In its fifth year, the Prizes program will award three $50,000 prizes and one Corporate Leadership Award to outstanding immigrant integration initiatives of all types, whether led by nonprofit or community organizations, businesses, public agencies, religious groups, or individuals. The application period closes on April 12. For rules, procedures and the online application, visit:, or email


Disclaimer and Terms of Use


The U.S. Immigrant Integration Network is hosted by the Migration Policy Institute (MPI). MPI is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank in Washington, DC dedicated to analysis of the movement of people worldwide.

Comments and posts made by members do not necessarily reflect the views of MPI. MPI does not support or oppose any candidate for elected office, and any post expressing support or opposition for a candidate is not endorsed by MPI.

The Network’s host will remove inflammatory speech and inappropriate language and reserves the right at all times to remove any content deemed inappropriate.

Terms of Use

The purpose of the U.S. Immigrant Integration Network is to allow members to share ideas, post news and events, and communicate with other members about best practices and policies related to immigrant integration.

Members should not use this site or its member list to post or distribute any communications that may be deemed to be lobbying or electioneering communications.

Members should not post any items that in any way violate copyright or other intellectual property rights, unless you are the owner of such rights or have permission from their rightful owner to post the material.

Members should not use or post any items or send communications that are defamatory, obscene, profane, indecent, pornographic, harassing, threatening, abusive, or otherwise objectionable.


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The U.S. Immigrant Integration Network is hosted by the Migration Policy Institute's National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy.

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