About AIC Foundation

AIC Foundation, founded in 1983, is one of the nation’s oldest immigration reform organizations.

Representing many different ethnic groups and backgrounds, AIC Foundation supporters have a deep commitment to preserving our common heritage as Americans, and to help inform American citizens on the disastrous effects of uncontrolled immigration.

To raise public awareness, AIC Foundation has produced and distributed numerous books, monographs, pamphlets and videos. Members of Congress and other policy-makers have commended our materials.

AIC Foundation President John Vinson comes to the foundation with an academic background in history and professional experience in journalism and conservation. In his work at AIC Foundation he has addressed a number of civic and patriotic groups, including a national convention of the American Legion.

As part of our educational mission, AIC Foundation encourages free and open expression of differing and  responsible viewpoints. Views expressed in posts, articles linked, etc., are those of the authors and not necessarily of AIC Foundation. AIC Foundation is non-partisan, and does not lobby for or against any specific proposed legislation.


American Immigration Control Foundation

P.O. Box 525

Monterey, Virginia 24465