Security Risk: The Unprecedented Surge in Chinese Illegal Immigration

House Homeland Security Committee, Subcommittee on Oversight, Investigations and Accountability

In the three years since the president’s inauguration ending in March 2024, DHS’s alluring quick-release policies resulted in more than 50,000 Border Patrol encounters with Chinese nationals, at escalating monthly rates surpassing 4,500 and reaching nearly 6,000 during calendar year 2024. 

Foreign-Born Population Grew by 5.1 Million in the Last Two Years

The foreign-born or immigrant population (legal and illegal) hit new record highs in March 2024 of 51.6 million and 15.6 percent of the total U.S. population. Since March 2022 the foreign-born population has increased 5.1 million, the largest two-year increase in American history.

U.S. Senate Judiciary Hearing on Amnesty for DACA Recipients

It would be a grave mistake for Congress to give consideration to an amnesty, ether for DACA recipients or any other group of illegal aliens, at this time - when the government does not have operational control of the border and is catching and releasing illegal migrants on a mass scale.

Panel: The How and Why of the Mayorkas Impeachment

Featuring Rep. Mark Green, Chairman of House Homeland Security Committee

The Center for Immigration Studies hosted a panel to discuss the history and impact of the impeachment of Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas. Should he have been impeached? Why was he impeached? What are the consequences of the U.S. Senate’s refusal to either hold a trial itself or to appoint an impeachment trial committee to take and consider evidence?

The UN’s Palestinian Refugee Agency

Funded and Advised by the State Department’s Refugee and Migration Bureau

The issue of Palestinian refugees is important, not just in the obvious foreign policy sense, but also to U.S. migration and refugee policy. This report offers an overview of UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees’ history, financing, staff, and institutional culture.

Read more: Opening the Door to Palestinian Refugees from Gaza?

The Surge in Chinese Illegal Immigration
The Surge in Chinese Illegal Immigration
New Record Highs for Foreign-Born
New Record Highs for Foreign-Born
Amnesty for DACA Recipients
Amnesty for DACA Recipients
Panel: The Mayorkas Impeachment
Panel: The Mayorkas Impeachment
The UN’s Palestinian Refugee Agency
The UN’s Palestinian Refugee Agency

House Homeland Security Committee, Subcommittee on Oversight, Investigations and Accountability

In the three years since the president’s inauguration ending in March 2024, DHS’s alluring quick-release policies resulted in more than 50,000 Border Patrol encounters with Chinese nationals, at escalating monthly rates surpassing 4,500 and reaching nearly 6,000 during calendar year 2024. 

The foreign-born or immigrant population (legal and illegal) hit new record highs in March 2024 of 51.6 million and 15.6 percent of the total U.S. population. Since March 2022 the foreign-born population has increased 5.1 million, the largest two-year increase in American history.

It would be a grave mistake for Congress to give consideration to an amnesty, ether for DACA recipients or any other group of illegal aliens, at this time - when the government does not have operational control of the border and is catching and releasing illegal migrants on a mass scale.

Featuring Rep. Mark Green, Chairman of House Homeland Security Committee

The Center for Immigration Studies hosted a panel to discuss the history and impact of the impeachment of Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas. Should he have been impeached? Why was he impeached? What are the consequences of the U.S. Senate’s refusal to either hold a trial itself or to appoint an impeachment trial committee to take and consider evidence?

Funded and Advised by the State Department’s Refugee and Migration Bureau

The issue of Palestinian refugees is important, not just in the obvious foreign policy sense, but also to U.S. migration and refugee policy. This report offers an overview of UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees’ history, financing, staff, and institutional culture.

Read more: Opening the Door to Palestinian Refugees from Gaza?

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States Seeking to Curb Illegal Immigration Can Start by Curbing Access to Professional Licenses

State laws that base eligibility for state public benefits (including professional and commercial licenses) on temporary work authorization awarded by the federal government are counteracting legal efforts by their own attorneys general to minimize the negative impact of the Biden administration’s open-border policies.

Border Patrol Suicides and the Senate Border Bill’s Agent Training Mandates

‘We see things people should never see’

Rather than bunkering in the Capitol for months, the drafters of the Senate border bill should have gone to the border and done a little “cross-cultural communicating” with the agents. The result likely would have been heavier on security and resilience, and lighter on subjects agents already understand too well.

Exploiting Mass Immigration to Displace Blacks

The early twentieth century’s Great Replacement Theory

As we approach the centenary of the 1924 law that brought the first Great Wave of immigration to an end, it's important to note that, to the unfortunate extent that racist thought insinuated itself into immigration thinking at the time, mass immigrationists were just as susceptible as restrictionists.

What Tech Labor Shortage?

Students were told the myths about the great shortage of computer workers and they responded by flocking to computer science programs. Now they are discovering that the shortage claims were a sham when they apply for after-graduation jobs.