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The Emergency At The Border Isn’t National. It’s Regional.

Immigration / News January 28, 2019

Theresa Cardinal Brown and Cristobal Ramón provide insight into the border wall debate as a humanitarian crisis that requires root cause understanding.

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VIDEO: Theresa Cardinal Brown on Border Fight

Immigration / News January 28, 2019

Border Security Negotiations Continue as February 15 Shutdown Deadline Looms. Theresa Cardinal Brown Discusses The Situation On Fox News Live.

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Grumet: We Must Seize this Opportunity in the Immigration Border Discussion

Immigration / Press Release January 19, 2019

Statement from BPC President Jason Grumet on today’s developments in the border policy negotiations.

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An Immigration Patchwork in the States

Immigration / Research November 15, 2018

An increasing number of states have enacted their own immigration laws, seeking to regulate issues related to education, enforcement, and employment within their states.

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Texas: Influencing the National Immigration Debate

Immigration / September 14, 2018 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. CT

Join BPC and SMU in Dallas for a conversation on where Texans stand on the current immigration system and the importance of Texas to the national discussion.

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Family border arrest levels remain unchanged despite ‘zero tolerance’

News / News August 3, 2018

“It takes a while for us to really know the impact of changes and policies at the border.”

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Border Deterrence: The Limitations of Rhetoric

Cristobal Ramón / Blog August 2, 2018

BPC found that perceptions of more aggressive enforcement are not likely to create long-term drops in apprehensions without specific resource or policy changes.

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Episode 21: This Week in Immigration

Immigration / Podcast July 18, 2018

A discussion on the policies behind #AbolishICE, an update on family separations at the border, and a dive into the question “Can the government revoke your citizenship?”

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Don Wolfensberger: House GOP Leaders Fail to Find Compromise Immigration Fix

Immigration / News July 3, 2018

The House Republican leadership’s approach to our immigration dilemma is a conundrum, wrapped in a quandary, inside an active volcano.

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The World Bargain on Asylum Is Unraveling

Immigration / News June 29, 2018

In wrestling with how to deal with unauthorized migration and particularly a surge in asylum-seekers at the border in recent years, the United States has plenty of company around the world.

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