FAIR Annual Report 2001
On the morning of September 11, 2001, 19 foreign nationals, all with visas issued to them by the government of the United States, committed atrocities unmatched in the annals of international terrorism. It was a wake-up call for America. This new awareness that immigration is dangerously out of control came at a price none of us would have paid. But it can and must be used to bring about urgently needed reforms. In the wake of September 11, we are spurred on by a greater sense of urgency, and we have adjusted our focus, but our mission remains unaltered: to promote immigration policies that are in the broad and long-term interest of the American people.
FAIR Annual Report 2001 (239 KB)