American Immigration Control Foundation

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American Immigration Control Foundation (AIC Foundation) is an American political group devoted to reducing "uncontrolled immigration." It is a large publisher and distributor of publications dealing with America’s immigration crisis. AIC Foundation also conducts multi-media campaigns around the country to raise public awareness of immigration problems.

Founded in 1983 and based in Monterey, Virginia, AIC Foundation received more than $190,000 through 1998 from the controversial Pioneer Fund.

AICF has been headed by John Vinson since 1990. Columnist Samuel T. Francis was AICF chairman in the mid-1990s.

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