Court rules that Center for Immigration Studies’ Lawsuit Can Proceed against the Biden Administration

Judge Trevor McFadden of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has ruled that the lawsuit, Massachusetts Coalition for Immigration Reform (MCIR) v. Department of Homeland Security, can proceed against the Biden Administration for failing to conduct environmental analysis under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

Science, Technology, Espionage, and Math

Are STEM students from the People’s Republic of China jeopardizing our economic and national security?

A new report by the Center explores the nexus between the large population of foreign students from People’s Republic of China (PRC) studying and working in the United States and PRC economic and military espionage. 

Congress Should Launch a Global Fight Against Human Smuggling

Border-security proponents who want to energize Washington’s international efforts to fight human smuggling should consider following the same strategy that launched the U.S. diplomatic campaign against human trafficking. 

Panel: Fighting Biden in Court

The Center for Immigration Studies hosted a conversation on immigration-related lawsuits brought against the Biden administration. The discussion focused on specific cases being litigated as well as on how litigation has affected decision-making in the executive and how it might influence Congress's framing of legislation.

Read more: Remain in Mexico May End, But Main Issue Is Unresolved

Biden Has Released Nearly 1.05 million SW Border Migrants into the U.S.

The latest Biden administration disclosures in Biden v. Texas reveal that in May, DHS released 95,318 migrants CBP had encountered at the Southwest border into the United States, bringing the total of illegal migrant releases there under the Biden administration to 1,049,532 — a population larger than the number of residents in the president’s home state of Delaware, at a rate of 2,115 per day.

CIS NEPA Lawsuit Can Proceed
CIS NEPA Lawsuit Can Proceed
Science, Technology, Espionage, and Math
Science, Technology, Espionage, and Math
A Global Fight Against Human Smuggling
A Global Fight Against Human Smuggling
Panel: Fighting Biden in Court
Panel: Fighting Biden in Court
Biden Released Over 1 million Illegal Migrants
Biden Released Over 1 million Illegal Migrants

Judge Trevor McFadden of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has ruled that the lawsuit, Massachusetts Coalition for Immigration Reform (MCIR) v. Department of Homeland Security, can proceed against the Biden Administration for failing to conduct environmental analysis under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

Are STEM students from the People’s Republic of China jeopardizing our economic and national security?

A new report by the Center explores the nexus between the large population of foreign students from People’s Republic of China (PRC) studying and working in the United States and PRC economic and military espionage. 

Border-security proponents who want to energize Washington’s international efforts to fight human smuggling should consider following the same strategy that launched the U.S. diplomatic campaign against human trafficking. 

The Center for Immigration Studies hosted a conversation on immigration-related lawsuits brought against the Biden administration. The discussion focused on specific cases being litigated as well as on how litigation has affected decision-making in the executive and how it might influence Congress's framing of legislation.

Read more: Remain in Mexico May End, But Main Issue Is Unresolved

The latest Biden administration disclosures in Biden v. Texas reveal that in May, DHS released 95,318 migrants CBP had encountered at the Southwest border into the United States, bringing the total of illegal migrant releases there under the Biden administration to 1,049,532 — a population larger than the number of residents in the president’s home state of Delaware, at a rate of 2,115 per day.

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Most Illegal Immigrants Do Not Qualify for U.S. Asylum

The arrival of busloads of migrants into New York City has raised questions about the administration’s border policies. Here are the facts about our increasingly dysfunctional immigration system:

Under US law, most migrants coming here without permission must be expelled. The only exceptions are migrants fleeing torture or racial, religious, ethnic, political or social-group persecution. “Economic refugee” is a contradiction, and “seeking a better life” means nothing if a migrant lacks permission to enter.