A central objective of the IIH is to increase knowledge about the consequences of immigration policy on children, families, and communities and to offer research driven recommendations  to immigration policy and practice.

The IIH supports the production and dissemination of rigorous, nonpartisan and non-ideological research on immigration issues across a broad diversity of disciplines and perspectives, and the application of this research to local, regional and national policy issues. The IIH Issue Briefs showcase topical new research in a short and accessible format. The IIH Special Reports present original new data and research findings in a more detailed, but equally accessible, format.

Research Briefs and Reports

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Fellows Program

graduates at ceremonyImmigration Fellows Program

The Harvard Immigration Project Fellows Program offers advanced level doctoral students at Harvard University the opportunity to receive additional training and support for one academic year. During their time as Fellows, scholars will participate in a bi-weekly colloquia series, present and receive feedback on their work, and contribute to the initiative’s other intellectual activities.

Learn more about the Fellows Program