New Immigration Research

Who Got the Jobs in Georgia?
Natives accounted for most of the growth in population, but all employment growth went to immigrants

This study examines government data to see if there is evidence of a labor shortage. The analysis shows that since 2000, all of the net increase in the number of working-age people holding a job in Georgia has gone to immigrants. Read more...


Who Got the Jobs in North Carolina?
Natives accounted for most of the growth in population, but all employment growth went to immigrants

All of the net increase in the number of working-age people holding a job in North Carolina since 2000 has gone to immigrants, even though the native-born accounted for 61% of growth in the state’s total working-age population. Read more...


Local Impact of Illegal Border Surge
A case study from Lynn, Mass.

Video is now available for the Center for Immigration Studies event at the National Press Club, "Local Impact of Illegal Border Surge”. Judith Kennedy, the mayor of Lynn, MA, discusses the effect of the border surge on the local govenment. Read more...


A Town Near You?
ICE Reveals Locations of Convicted Murderers It Freed

The 169 aliens with homicide-related convictions who were freed by ICE in 2013 were booked out of detention facilities in 24 different states, with the largest number in California, according to information provided to Sen. Chuck Grassley. Read more...


Indiscrete Discretion
Obama proxies suggest there’s ample precedent for his planned massive executive amnesty. There isn’t.

Today is the two-year anniversary of President Obama's first big amnesty edict, DACA. So far more than half million illegal immigrants claiming to have arrived here before age 16 have been legalized by the unilateral riff on the Dream Act. Read more...


Who Got the Jobs in Florida?
State ranked high in growth 2000-2014, but most employment gains went to immigrants

While Florida has been among the states with the fastest job growth in recent years, most of that increase has gone to immigrants despite the fact that native-born Americans accounted for most of the growth in the state's working-age population. Read more...


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