New Immigration Research

Who Got the Jobs in New Hampshire?
Natives accounted for 65% of the growth in population, but 71% of employment growth went to immigrants

An analysis of government data shows that since 2000, 71% of the net increase in the number of working-age people holding a job in New Hampshire has gone to immigrants — even though the native-born accounted for 65% of population growth. Read more...


Lax Immigration Policies May Have Shielded Killer of California Deputies

The man accused in Friday's crime spree near Sacramento, Calif., which resulted in the deaths of two sheriff's deputies, is a citizen of Mexico who was deported twice previously, but who apparently has been living in the U.S. for more than a decade. Read more...


ICE Enforcement Collapses Further in 2014

Interior enforcement activity in the United States is in a state of collapse, with declining arrests and deportations, and with tens of thousands of criminal aliens being released back to American communities, and many more illegal residents declared immune from enforcement. Read more...


Have Terrorists Crossed Our Southern Border?

Whether or not the specific claims made recently by Rep. Duncan Hunter are correct, it is well within the realm of possibility that extremists have used our southern border as a gateway to the interior. Read more...


An Interview with Dan Cadman
Immigration Enforcement Needed to Counter Criminal and Terrorist Threats

A new video interview highlights the value of robust immigration enforcement to discover and disrupt terrorist conspiracies involving non-citizens. In the video, Dan Cadman discusses the enormous value that immigration authorities can bring to the prevention of terrorist acts. Read more...


Record 61.8m Speak Foreign Language at Home
Spanish, Chinese, and Arabic speakers grew most since 2010

New data show the number of people who speak a language other than English at home reached an all-time high of 61.8 million, up 2.2 million since 2010. The largest increases from 2010 to 2013 were for speakers of Spanish, Chinese, and Arabic. Read more...


Dallas Ebola Patient Was Another Visa Mistake

Look up "likely visa overstay" in the dictionary, and you should find a picture of Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian man who is the first Ebola case diagnosed within the United States, and who is now being treated in a Dallas hospital. Read more...


Executive Action to Benefit Alien Traffic Offenders

This report examines the public safety impact of an executive action to benefit alien traffic offenders. Such a presidential directive would protect tens of thousands of illegal aliens from deportation each year. Read more...

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