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Immigration Changing Trends Over Time

Immigration / Page August 18, 2016

Since the 1960s, the number of immigrants and the composition of the foreign-born population in the United States have shifted and fluctuated significantly.

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Child Migration by the Numbers

Matt Graham / Research June 30, 2014

The rapid increase in the number of children apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border this year has generated a great deal of attention and controversy.

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Immigration and Wages: Decoding the Economics

Matt Graham / Research June 10, 2014

This issue brief decodes the economics of immigration and wages, drawing broad results from literature reviews and highlighting studies that illustrate key concepts.

 

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Path to Citizenship

Lazaro Zamora / Research June 3, 2014

Before any person has the opportunity to become a U.S. citizen, they must first attain legal permanent resident status through one of several established immigrant categories and receive a permanent resident card.

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Naturalized Population: Characteristics and Trends

Lazaro Zamora / Research June 3, 2014

The number of legal immigrants who have gone through the naturalization process and become U.S. citizens has increased every year since the 1990s and currently stands at its highest point ever.

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Interior Immigration Enforcement by the Numbers

Matt Graham / Research March 13, 2014

The Obama administration has deported immigrants in record numbers and has significantly increased the chances that an apprehended individual will face consequences.

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