DHS Reports Slight Dip in Overstays in 2018
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DHS Reports Slight Dip in Overstays in 2018

Via Center For Immigration Studies Download a PDF of this Backgrounder. Jessica Vaughan is the director of policy studies and Matt Sussis is the assistant director of communications at the Center for Immigration Studies. The newest edition of the annual report from the Department of Homeland Security on overstays shows a decline in the total...

UNHCR Corruption: Resettlement Spots for a Price
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UNHCR Corruption: Resettlement Spots for a Price

Via Center For Immigration Studies Download a PDF of this Backgrounder. Nayla Rush is a senior researcher at the Center for Immigration Studies. A story about alleged corruption in refugee resettlement at the UN refugee agency was published recently by NBC News.1 The seven-month investigation into refugee processing centers in five countries — Kenya, Uganda,...

Immigrant and Native Fertility 2008 to 2017
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Immigrant and Native Fertility 2008 to 2017

Via Center For Immigration Studies Download a PDF of this Backgrounder. Steven A. Camarota is the director of research and Karen Zeigler is a demographer at the Center. In June 2013, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush said “Immigrants are more fertile.” He and many others have argued for large-scale immigration on the grounds that America’s...

2019 Border Tour Videos
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2019 Border Tour Videos

Via Center For Immigration Studies The 2019 Center for Immigration Studies annual border tour explores parts of eastern Arizona and Mexico. Members of the tour receive briefings from the Border Patrol, visit ranchers, and meet with local law enforcement officials. As the tour progresses, we will post short videos with Mark Krikorian, the Center’s Executive...

There Is No ‘Labor Shortage’
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There Is No ‘Labor Shortage’

Via Center For Immigration Studies Download a PDF of this Backgrounder. Jason Richwine, PhD, is a public policy analyst based in Washington, D.C., and a contributing writer at National Review. One of the many trade-offs inherent to immigration policy is efficiency vs. distribution in the labor market. Importing more workers from abroad can lower the...