The Center for Immigration Studies will host a panel discussion on December 7, 2021 exploring the remote area of the Darien Gap, the infamous jungle passage through which extra-continental migrants cross from South America to North America on their way to the United States southern border.
One missing category: The religion of refugees
This year's overview does not include the religion of refugees. This information used to be publicly available through the refugee admissions data reporting on the Refugee Processing Center website. It has since been removed along with other information on resettled refugees such as gender, age, education, etc.
Parsing Immigration Policy, Episode 30
Inspired by a trip to the U.S. southern border, Kristof Gyorgy Veres, researcher at the Migration Research Institute in Budapest and visiting fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, discusses the immigration challenges faced by the U.S. and Europe, the impact of increased numbers on public opinion, and various policies employed on both sides of the Atlantic.
Understanding the decade-long series of specific decisions that led to chaos
The chaotic humanitarian and national-security disaster at the Southwest border did not happen overnight. Although the Biden administration has made it much worse by ham-handedly trashing successful policies put in place by his predecessor to gain control of the border, the disaster is the natural end-product of a series of specific decisions.
Congressional Democrats are attempting to use a poorly understood legislative maneuver known as “reconciliation” to pass a massive amnesty for eight million aliens.