"This report includes five parts. Part one address the effect of immigration on the population of the United States. Part two contains four chapters authored by the U.S. Department of Labor, summarizing the recent research in light of public concern about the assimilation of foreign-born persons into the labor market. Suggestions for additional reading are included. Part three contains material from four Federal agencies that are responsible for education and social services programs. Particular attention is paid to programs that are targeted at defined immigrant populations or that, by their nature, are likely to serve these populations. Part four addresses the requirement in the law for a description of the effect of immigrants on specific States. The chapters in part five place migration to the United States in an international context."