Immigrant and Native Fertility 2008 to 2017

Declining immigrant fertility highlights immigration's limited ability to slow America's aging

The birth rate for immigrant women in their reproductive years continued to fall--from 76 to 62 births per thousand between 2008 and 2017. Immigration will not be able to solve America's aging crisis.

An Interview with Top Boston ICE Official Todd Lyons

Jessica Vaughan Interviews Todd Lyons, the ICE Acting Field Office Director, ERO Boston

The discussion centered around immigration enforcement and how sanctuary policies--such as Boston's--release criminal aliens onto the streets.

Panel: The Value of Foreign Diplomas

Michelle Malkin Discussed Recent Report

The Center will host a panel discussion and reception focusing on the impact of immigration on skilled workers and the value of a foreign vs. domestic diploma. 

Read Report: Foreign-Educated Immigrants Are Less Skilled Than U.S. Degree Holders

Panel: Projecting the Impact of Immigration on Population

CIS hosted a panel discussion focusing on the impact of immigration on both population growth and the working-age share of America's population. The starting point for conversation was the recent report by the Center's Director of Research, Dr. Steven Camarota. Video and transcript will be posted when available.

Report: Projecting the Impact of Immigration on the U.S. Population

Immigrant Fertility Declining
Immigrant Fertility Declining
Interview with Top Boston ICE Official
Interview with Top Boston ICE Official
Panel: The Value of Foreign Diplomas
Panel: The Value of Foreign Diplomas
Spending Bill Disappoints
Spending Bill Disappoints
Panel: Immigration and U.S. Population
Panel: Immigration and U.S. Population

Declining immigrant fertility highlights immigration's limited ability to slow America's aging

The birth rate for immigrant women in their reproductive years continued to fall--from 76 to 62 births per thousand between 2008 and 2017. Immigration will not be able to solve America's aging crisis.

Jessica Vaughan Interviews Todd Lyons, the ICE Acting Field Office Director, ERO Boston

The discussion centered around immigration enforcement and how sanctuary policies--such as Boston's--release criminal aliens onto the streets.

Michelle Malkin Discussed Recent Report

The Center will host a panel discussion and reception focusing on the impact of immigration on skilled workers and the value of a foreign vs. domestic diploma. 

Read Report: Foreign-Educated Immigrants Are Less Skilled Than U.S. Degree Holders

CIS hosted a panel discussion focusing on the impact of immigration on both population growth and the working-age share of America's population. The starting point for conversation was the recent report by the Center's Director of Research, Dr. Steven Camarota. Video and transcript will be posted when available.

Report: Projecting the Impact of Immigration on the U.S. Population

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