The Center for Immigration Studies 2022 Border Tour is currently taking place in the Rio Grande Valley, from Roma to the Gulf of Mexico. Members of the tour meet with border residents, receive briefings from Border Patrol, local law enforcement, farmers, residents, politicians, and activists, as well as visit immigration related points of interest. As the tour progresses, we will post short videos with Mark Krikorian, the Center's Executive Director, highlighting some of these experiences.
Mark Krikorian explains why a multi pronged enforcement effort is necessary.
Mark Krikorian discusses the effects of terrain on the border fence.
Mark Krikorian discusses border fence policy from Texas golf course.
Mark Krikorian near Brownsville, Texas, on U.S. soil outside the fence.
Mark Krikorian in Brownsville, Texas, explains current Border Patrol policy in front of a processing center.
Mark Krikorian in Los Ebanos, Texas, discusses how the Rio Grande effects the Border Patrol's enforcement efforts.
Mark Krikorian in Roma, Texas, contrasts the 2005 Brazilian illegal immigration wave with current policy.