PANEL: Impact of U.S. Immigration Policy on Black Americans

The Center for Immigration Studies hosted a panel discussion on the effects of the federal government’s immigration policies on Black Americans. The panelists explored historical and recent trends, focusing on the wage and employment impacts on Black communities. The vent featured representatives of Black America for Immigration Reform, a non-profit founded by Black American leaders advocating for immigration reforms that serve the interests of Black men and women.

From Employer Sanctions to E-Verify

The long and winding road toward protecting American workers

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) has just introduced universal — in other words, mandatory for all employers — E-Verify legislation (S. 4529).

It is worth taking this opportunity to explore the history of and rationale for employer sanctions, culminating with E-Verify.

‘Humanitarian’ Flights from Safe Countries & Vacation Spots

The departure country list casts serious doubt on whether the Biden administration has used the humanitarian rescue flights program as it was sold to the American public. In fact, the new departure country information shows that many migrants from these four nationalities have been heading to the U.S. from some of the safest, most prosperous nations on Earth.

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.

PANEL: Impact on Black Americans
PANEL: Impact on Black Americans
From Employer Sanctions to E-Verify
From Employer Sanctions to E-Verify
‘Humanitarian’ Flights from Vacation Spots
‘Humanitarian’ Flights from Vacation Spots
The Surge in Chinese Illegal Immigration
The Surge in Chinese Illegal Immigration
New Record Highs for Foreign-Born
New Record Highs for Foreign-Born

The Center for Immigration Studies hosted a panel discussion on the effects of the federal government’s immigration policies on Black Americans. The panelists explored historical and recent trends, focusing on the wage and employment impacts on Black communities. The vent featured representatives of Black America for Immigration Reform, a non-profit founded by Black American leaders advocating for immigration reforms that serve the interests of Black men and women.

The long and winding road toward protecting American workers

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) has just introduced universal — in other words, mandatory for all employers — E-Verify legislation (S. 4529).

It is worth taking this opportunity to explore the history of and rationale for employer sanctions, culminating with E-Verify.

The departure country list casts serious doubt on whether the Biden administration has used the humanitarian rescue flights program as it was sold to the American public. In fact, the new departure country information shows that many migrants from these four nationalities have been heading to the U.S. from some of the safest, most prosperous nations on Earth.

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.

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Gallup: ‘Sharply More Americans Want to Curb Immigration to U.S.’

The administration — and the media — are to blame for hiding policies that don’t serve the ‘national interest’

Once the shift in the Biden administration’s immigration policies away from our national interest to the interests of “those who came here illegally” began impacting cities and towns across the United States, it was inevitable, as Barbara Jordan warned, that such policies would “destroy our commitment to immigration itself”.