The influx of refugees has pushed the limits of Mexico’s humanitarian immigration system, requiring attention on the system’s fragility and its implication on the U.S.
Over the past 20 years, the flow and demographic profile of immigrants entering the United States has changed dramatically. This issue brief explores the changes in key demographic categories of immigration, along with trends in unauthorized immigration and border activity, and how they compare with the current immigration debate.
As NAFTA negotiations get started this month, we examine three areas of trade among the North American partners that were not included in NAFTA.
DHS report shows that foreign temporary entrants follow the law and leave on time almost 99 percent of the time.