This author term contains pages, publications, and blogs written by Center for Immigration Studies staff members.
From the Jordan Commission to the RAISE Act
An immigration program that is not in America's interest
Impact of Immigration on the Aging of U.S. Population Is Small and Declining
New immigrants brought an average of 3.45 relatives
History of failed immigration reform looms over today's debate
Thousands of foreign "students" are illegal aliens in disguise
This coming April, we will return to the Rio Grande Valley for our next border tour. At the southernmost tip of Texas, the Valley is a 4,872 square mile semi-tropical flood plain on the northern bank of the Rio Grande, flanked by the Gulf of Mexico to the east and Mexico to the south and west. It is an area rich in history and intrigue.