DACA: Delinquent Aliens, Criminal Aliens

A new report details how our immigration laws handle criminal alien minors who are dealt with, not in adult criminal court, but in the juvenile justice system. This is especially relevant now, as the media is reporting that House Democrats will bring up a bill to grant permanent residence to beneficiaries of the DACA program in the lame duck session of Congress.

Legalizing Border Crossing for All

The Next Stage of Biden's Migration Crisis

This northern Mexican city across from California is one of the latest to go live with an unreported, legally questionable new immigration strategy that President Joe Biden’s administration has discretely unfurled for months all along the U.S. southern border.

Read more: Biden’s Perversion of Immigration Parole Has Reached a New Low

EVENT: A Conversation with Senator Tom Cotton

Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) was featured in an Immigration Newsmaker conversation hosted by the Center for Immigration Studies on Thursday, November 17.

A leader in the U.S. Congress on immigration and national security issues, Senator Cotton’s committees include the Judiciary Committee, where he serves as the Ranking Member for the Subcommittee on Criminal Justice and Counterterrorism, the Intelligence Committee, and the Armed Services Committee.

Foreign-Born Population Hits Nearly 48 Million in September 2022

The Census Bureau’s monthly Current Population Survey (CPS) shows that the total foreign-born or immigrant population (legal and illegal) in the U.S. hit 47.9 million in September 2022 — a record high in American history — and an increase of 2.9 million since January 2021.

Misuse of Texas Data Understates Illegal Immigrant Criminality

Activists and academics have been misusing data from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) in studies claiming that illegal immigrants have relatively low crime rates. These studies do not appreciate that it can take years for Texas to identify convicts as illegal immigrants while they are in custody. As a result, the studies misclassify as native-born a significant number of offenders who are later identified as illegal immigrants.

DACA: Delinquent Aliens, Criminal Aliens
DACA: Delinquent Aliens, Criminal Aliens
Legalizing Border Crossing for All
Legalizing Border Crossing for All
A Conversation with Senator Tom Cotton
A Conversation with Senator Tom Cotton
Foreign-Born Population Hits Nearly 48 Million
Foreign-Born Population Hits Nearly 48 Million
Misuse of Texas Data Understates Criminality
Misuse of Texas Data Understates Criminality

A new report details how our immigration laws handle criminal alien minors who are dealt with, not in adult criminal court, but in the juvenile justice system. This is especially relevant now, as the media is reporting that House Democrats will bring up a bill to grant permanent residence to beneficiaries of the DACA program in the lame duck session of Congress.

The Next Stage of Biden's Migration Crisis

This northern Mexican city across from California is one of the latest to go live with an unreported, legally questionable new immigration strategy that President Joe Biden’s administration has discretely unfurled for months all along the U.S. southern border.

Read more: Biden’s Perversion of Immigration Parole Has Reached a New Low

Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) was featured in an Immigration Newsmaker conversation hosted by the Center for Immigration Studies on Thursday, November 17.

A leader in the U.S. Congress on immigration and national security issues, Senator Cotton’s committees include the Judiciary Committee, where he serves as the Ranking Member for the Subcommittee on Criminal Justice and Counterterrorism, the Intelligence Committee, and the Armed Services Committee.

The Census Bureau’s monthly Current Population Survey (CPS) shows that the total foreign-born or immigrant population (legal and illegal) in the U.S. hit 47.9 million in September 2022 — a record high in American history — and an increase of 2.9 million since January 2021.

Activists and academics have been misusing data from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) in studies claiming that illegal immigrants have relatively low crime rates. These studies do not appreciate that it can take years for Texas to identify convicts as illegal immigrants while they are in custody. As a result, the studies misclassify as native-born a significant number of offenders who are later identified as illegal immigrants.

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Speaker-Presumptive Targets Mayorkas

While Dem senator says his party “not even close” to understanding the border

To attain the speakership, McCarthy will have to prove to those on the right of his conference that he is serious about illegal immigration and that he will hold the White House and the secretary accountable for the disaster unfolding on the Southwest border. On Tuesday, he took the first step in doing so.

The Wall Street Journal’s Evolving Views on “Open Borders”

An ideal that’s now de facto policy, with disastrous results

The Wall Street Journal’s two-decade-old call for “open borders” wasn’t meant to be a policy prescription. September 11 revealed, however, why it was not only a bad idea, but a dangerous one. Despite that, open borders are the Biden administration’s unofficial (but de facto) policy and an experiment we’re living through.