Less than two months after his arrival in the U.S., Afghan evacuee Alif Jan Adil was arrested for engaging in prohibited sexual conduct with a minor and possessing child pornography images. His lawyer argued that “he was still steeped in his home culture and had had little time to assimilate into the U.S.”
Testimony Before the House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Immigration Integrity, Security, and Enforcement
By every recordable government metric, the American Southwest Border is the scene of the worst illegal mass migration in American history, now well into its third year.
This crisis has elevated and exacerbated the homeland security threat of terrorist border infiltration to discomfiting levels when the national security enterprise had reasonably contained and managed this threat for nearly two decades.
Testimony Before the House Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions, of the Education and the Workforce Committee
One of the most important reasons to limit immigration and enforce those limits is to protect the interests of American workers. There is evidence that illegal immigrants adversely impact the wages and employment of some American workers.
A look at the decades-long decline in labor force participation among the U.S.-born and its implications for immigration policy
The labor force participation rate — the share working or looking for work — of U.S.-born men has declined dramatically since the 1960s, particularly for those without a bachelor’s degree.
The Center for Immigration Studies hosted a panel discussion entitled “Parole and the CBP One App: Fact and Fiction”. Speakers examined the legality of the CBP One App scheme, the number of entries, legal challenges, and the myths put forth about it.