Phony Mexican Enforcement Leads to Wave of Illegal Immigrants

Waves of mass migration at the U.S. border, like the country experienced in Del Rio in September 2021, have been replaced by diffused surges of people organized by the Mexican government.

What's Happening Along the New Mexico–Mexico Border?

Parsing Immigration Policy, Episode 36

New Mexico Congresswoman Yvette Herrell, whose district includes her state's entire international border, joins Parsing Immigration Policy to describe the situation there and the impact the non-stop flow of migrants is having on New Mexico and the rest of the country.

Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration Predictions for 2022

Experts at the Center share their views on the important immigration stories likely to occupy the news in 2022.

Immigrant Population Hits Record 46.2 Million

Foreign-born population declined through mid-2020, then rebounded dramatically

An analysis of Census Bureau data from November 2021 shows that the total U.S. immigrant population (legal and illegal) has reached 46.2 million — the highest number ever recorded in American history.

Deportations Plummet Under Biden Enforcement Policies

The Center for Immigration Studies recently obtained detailed records on deportations from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, showing a collapse in immigration enforcement under policies imposed by the Biden administration.

Phony Mexican Enforcement
Phony Mexican Enforcement
The New Mexico–Mexico Border
The New Mexico–Mexico Border
Predictions for 2022
Predictions for 2022
Immigrant Population Hits Record
Immigrant Population Hits Record
Deportations Plummet Under Biden
Deportations Plummet Under Biden

Waves of mass migration at the U.S. border, like the country experienced in Del Rio in September 2021, have been replaced by diffused surges of people organized by the Mexican government.

Parsing Immigration Policy, Episode 36

New Mexico Congresswoman Yvette Herrell, whose district includes her state's entire international border, joins Parsing Immigration Policy to describe the situation there and the impact the non-stop flow of migrants is having on New Mexico and the rest of the country.

Experts at the Center share their views on the important immigration stories likely to occupy the news in 2022.

Foreign-born population declined through mid-2020, then rebounded dramatically

An analysis of Census Bureau data from November 2021 shows that the total U.S. immigrant population (legal and illegal) has reached 46.2 million — the highest number ever recorded in American history.

The Center for Immigration Studies recently obtained detailed records on deportations from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, showing a collapse in immigration enforcement under policies imposed by the Biden administration.

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DOJ Operating on Dual Tracks When It Comes to Criminal Aliens and Mental Health

Congress should clarify the particularly serious crime bar, but the AG and SCOTUS must act cautiously

As I reported in December, Attorney General (AG) Merrick Garland will review “[w]hether mental health may be considered when determining whether an” alien has been convicted of a “particularly serious crime”, barring the alien from asylum, statutory withholding, and protection under the Convention Against Torture (CAT).

Mexico’s Duplicitous ‘Ant Operation’ Moved Tens of Thousands to the U.S. Border Sight Unseen — and Will Again Through 2022

Mexico is now camouflaging mass migration it is supposed to be blocking

According to Mexican immigration officials, journalists, and immigrant beneficiaries, the Mexican government mass-distributed an electronic “QR code visa” just after Christmas to thousands of migrants almost overnight, then arranged for their exodus by hundreds of buses in atomized groupings sent across 14 different Mexican states farther north.

No, Covid-19 Is Not Grounds for TPS

Democrats getting desperate to deliver on amnesty promise

The two-page letter is devoid of any analysis of the actual statutory requirements of TPS. The senators do not even bother to identify the specific TPS prong they’ve concluded each country qualifies under. If this letter were a law school exam response, the senators would surely fail for producing an “analysis” that boils down to “it’s true because I say it’s true.”