VIDEO: Mexico’s "Death Train" Contributing to the Biden Border Crisis

A new video from the Center for Immigration Studies highlights the role the Mexican cargo train system, “La Bestia”, plays in transporting migrants from deep in Mexico to the U.S. southern border. 

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U.N. to Hand Out Hundreds of Millions in Cash to U.S.-Bound Immigrants in 2023

The Mexican Backstory to Drone Images of Thousands Crossing the Rio Grande

Two Years of Biden’s Immigration Policies

January 21, 2023, marked the half-way point of President Biden’s first term and, after two years, his immigration record has a lot to say. Here is a review of Biden’s 10 most impactful actions with regard to border security, interior enforcement, and immigration benefits since he took office in January 2021.

The Most Important Immigration Rulings of 2022 and the Forecast for 2023

Over the past few years, federal judges have played an increasing powerful role in the U.S. government’s ability to implement immigration policies and programs. 2022 was no different. Here is a recap of some of last year’s most important judicial decisions that have helped or hindered immigration enforcement efforts (or lack thereof) across the United States. Understanding these rulings is crucial to forecasting what’s to come in 2023.

VIDEO: Mexico’s "Death Train"
VIDEO: Mexico’s "Death Train"
Two Years of Biden’s Immigration Policies
Two Years of Biden’s Immigration Policies
2022's Most Important Immigration Rulings and Forecast for 2023
2022's Most Important Immigration Rulings and Forecast for 2023
Biden's “Shadow” Immigration Law
Biden's “Shadow” Immigration Law
Title 42
Title 42

A new video from the Center for Immigration Studies highlights the role the Mexican cargo train system, “La Bestia”, plays in transporting migrants from deep in Mexico to the U.S. southern border. 

Read More:

U.N. to Hand Out Hundreds of Millions in Cash to U.S.-Bound Immigrants in 2023

The Mexican Backstory to Drone Images of Thousands Crossing the Rio Grande

January 21, 2023, marked the half-way point of President Biden’s first term and, after two years, his immigration record has a lot to say. Here is a review of Biden’s 10 most impactful actions with regard to border security, interior enforcement, and immigration benefits since he took office in January 2021.

Over the past few years, federal judges have played an increasing powerful role in the U.S. government’s ability to implement immigration policies and programs. 2022 was no different. Here is a recap of some of last year’s most important judicial decisions that have helped or hindered immigration enforcement efforts (or lack thereof) across the United States. Understanding these rulings is crucial to forecasting what’s to come in 2023.

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Shepherds Shafted by the Ninth Circuit

Court won’t change 2,000-year-old labor standards for H-2A herders

You might think that the liberal Ninth Circuit would rule in favor of somewhat modernized labor standards for the shepherds of the western mountains, clearly the most abused of all the foreign workforces. You would be wrong.

How Global Has Biden’s Border Fiasco Gone?

We can’t control events in Sri Lanka and Uzbekistan; it’s time for Biden to comply with Congress’ mandates at the Southwest border

The only way to prevent their entries is to negate the pull factors, the most significant of which is the opportunity to live and work in the United States for up to a decade while their asylum cases wend their way through the courts.

WSJ’s Shocking Misunderstanding of Asylum Law

Which points to a better plan for extending refuge

Thanks to the Biden administration’s neglect of our immigration laws, the asylum system is being abused, allowing aliens with little or no claim to protection to live here illegally. Perhaps we should rethink our humanitarian system, and grant aid to those we know are deserving instead of untold others who aren’t.

High-Tech H-1B Layoffs Need Not Result in a Trip Home

The made-up OPT program to the rescue

The so-far hidden alternative to being forced to emigrate carries with it the letters OPT, standing for the Optional Practical Training program. It is available to all aliens now in the U.S. as either H-1Bs (high-tech workers) or L-1s (international corporate executives). The terms are not quite so attractive as staying in H-1B or L-1 status, but there are no mandatory departures.

Biden Administration’s Game of Border Whac-a-Mole

First ‘root causes’ in Central America, now parole for Venezuelans, Nicaraguans, Haitians, and Cubans — what’s next?

The administration's various strategies overlook the fact that illegal immigration to the United States has now gone global, with aliens coming to the Southwest border from all over the world to take advantage of what they perceive to be open season for illegal immigration under Joe Biden.