Migration has become a dominant political issue both nationally & internationally in the 1990s. As migration pressures continue to rise, the search for control by immigrant-receiving countries is becoming more urgent. Unemployment, over-burdened social programs, housing shortages, over-population, environmental degradation, political upheaval & the quest for European unity are among the factors that have led many nations to rethink their immigration policies. IMMIGRATION & NATIONALITY POLICIES OF LEADING MIGRATION NATIONS, an on-going comparative study edited by Rosemary Jenks, examines past & current immigration & nationality policies in a variety of migration-impacted nations, including the United States, Canada, Australia, Mexico & a number of Western European countries. Jenks explores the history of migration, current immigration & citizenship laws, enforcement, immigrant rights & entitlements, statistics in the individual country studies. The Center for Immigration Studies plans to update these reports periodically & to complete new ones on such nations as the Philippines, Japan, Belgium, Brazil & Israel. These supplementals are included in the cost of the original compendium. IMMIGRATION & NATIONALITY POLICIES OF LEADING MIGRATION NATIONS is available for U.S.$18.00 from the Center for Immigration Studies, 1815 H Street, N.W., Suite 1010, Washington, D.C. 20006; (202) 466-8185.Jenks, Rosemary E. is the author of 'Immigration and Nationality Policies of Leading Migration Nations' with ISBN 9781881290223 and ISBN 1881290220.