Budget Reconciliation Bill

Congressional Democrats are attempting to use a poorly understood legislative maneuver known as “reconciliation” to pass a massive amnesty for eight million aliens.

Legal Immigration Will Implode Under ‘Budget Reconciliation’ Bill

Never-Ending Green Cards for Criminals in ‘Budget Reconciliation’ Bill

Amnesty in the Reconciliation Bill Could Cost Social Security and Medicare $1 Trillion

The Public Charge Doctrine: From Colonial Times to Today

Parsing Immigration Policy, Episode 21

The "public charge" doctrine – meaning that a person likely to have to be supported by taxpayers (a public charge) should not be permitted to immigrate – is one of the oldest elements of American immigration policy.

But then as now, the main question is how to define public charge.

Immigrants from Afghanistan

A profile of foreign-born Afghans

This report uses the latest Census Bureau data to examine where Afghan immigrants live and their education levels, income, employment, fertility, poverty, welfare use, and other sociodemographic characteristics.

Watch Panel: Afghans in the US

Immigration Policy on the Anniversary of 9/11

The 20th anniversary of the attacks that claimed thousands of American lives is an appropriate occasion to reflect on the role immigration failures played in the 9/11 attacks and the progress made in limiting opportunities for future terrorism.

Twenty Years After 9/11 and the REAL ID Act Still Isn’t in Effect

America Struggles to Vet for National Interest Threats

20 Years After 9/11

Refugee Resettlement Fraud in the Program for U.S.-Affiliated Iraqis: A repeat scenario with Afghan nationals?

The P-2 program for Iraqis was suspended earlier this year because of widespread fraud, raising doubts about the integrity of this program for Afghans (who were only recently designated for P-2 admissions) weeks before the collapse of the U.S.-backed Kabul government.

2021 Reconciliation Bill
2021 Reconciliation Bill
Podcast: The Public Charge Doctrine
Podcast: The Public Charge Doctrine
Immigrants from Afghanistan
Immigrants from Afghanistan
Anniversary of 9/11
Anniversary of 9/11
Refugee Resettlement Fraud
Refugee Resettlement Fraud

Congressional Democrats are attempting to use a poorly understood legislative maneuver known as “reconciliation” to pass a massive amnesty for eight million aliens.

Legal Immigration Will Implode Under ‘Budget Reconciliation’ Bill

Never-Ending Green Cards for Criminals in ‘Budget Reconciliation’ Bill

Amnesty in the Reconciliation Bill Could Cost Social Security and Medicare $1 Trillion

Parsing Immigration Policy, Episode 21

The "public charge" doctrine – meaning that a person likely to have to be supported by taxpayers (a public charge) should not be permitted to immigrate – is one of the oldest elements of American immigration policy.

But then as now, the main question is how to define public charge.

A profile of foreign-born Afghans

This report uses the latest Census Bureau data to examine where Afghan immigrants live and their education levels, income, employment, fertility, poverty, welfare use, and other sociodemographic characteristics.

Watch Panel: Afghans in the US

The 20th anniversary of the attacks that claimed thousands of American lives is an appropriate occasion to reflect on the role immigration failures played in the 9/11 attacks and the progress made in limiting opportunities for future terrorism.

Twenty Years After 9/11 and the REAL ID Act Still Isn’t in Effect

America Struggles to Vet for National Interest Threats

20 Years After 9/11

The P-2 program for Iraqis was suspended earlier this year because of widespread fraud, raising doubts about the integrity of this program for Afghans (who were only recently designated for P-2 admissions) weeks before the collapse of the U.S.-backed Kabul government.

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Did Uncle Sam Literally Pave the Way for the Illegal Aliens at Del Rio?

Why no fence in the middle of the dam migrants are using to enter illegally?

You have all seen those pictures of large numbers of illegal aliens wading across the river at Del Rio, Texas.

My question is: How much did our government pay, at some point in history, for the dam’s apron on which the aliens are crossing? And, more importantly, why is there not a fence in the middle of the river?

Judge Blocks Title 42 Expulsions of ‘Family Units’

A potential class of every person in the world, and proof Trump’s border policies worked

The judge stayed his order for 14 days to give the government the opportunity to appeal, and I trust that the Biden administration will. As bad as the border is now, without Title 42 it would be a whole lot worse. If the president were to reinstitute MPP and other effective Trump policies that deter illegal entrants, however, none of this would be quite so pressing.