Mexico’s First Muslim Immigrant Shelter

A U.S. National Security Perspective

A small blue dome, minaret and pole topped with the universal half-moon crescent symbol of Islam marks the location of an immigrant shelter waystation like no other in Mexico.

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Legalizing Border Crossing for All

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

California Dreamin’

Can California state universities legally hire illegal aliens?

A group of 27 self-identified “immigration and constitutional law scholars” has recently assured the State of California that it would be perfectly within its rights to give state universities the go ahead to hire and employ illegal aliens.

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.

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.

Mexico’s First Muslim Immigrant Shelter
Mexico’s First Muslim Immigrant Shelter
Can Universities Hire Illegal Aliens?
Can Universities Hire Illegal Aliens?
DACA: Delinquent Aliens, Criminal Aliens
DACA: Delinquent Aliens, Criminal Aliens
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

A U.S. National Security Perspective

A small blue dome, minaret and pole topped with the universal half-moon crescent symbol of Islam marks the location of an immigrant shelter waystation like no other in Mexico.

Read more: 

Legalizing Border Crossing for All

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

Can California state universities legally hire illegal aliens?

A group of 27 self-identified “immigration and constitutional law scholars” has recently assured the State of California that it would be perfectly within its rights to give state universities the go ahead to hire and employ illegal 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.

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.

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Giving Tuesday 2022

Support the Center for Immigration Studies

By CIS on November 29, 2022
The seriousness of the unfolding humanitarian and national security disaster on the border, and the political and ideological blindness to it, make the Center’s work more important than ever.