Immigration policy administered by the federal government will increase the population at seven times the normal rate, according to a chart from the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest.
There are 3,553,000 more foreign-born workers employed today than when President Obama took office in January 2009, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
The United States has 10 million more foreign-born residents than the entire European Union, according to an analysis from the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest.
Several European countries are instituting border controls to manage the flow of tens of thousands of refugees from the Middle East, presenting the most serious challenge to the continent’s open border policies in decades as the United States also prepares to accept migrants.
While the number of foreign-born individuals holding jobs increased in August, the number of employed native-born workers declined, according to data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
The Department of Justice has accused a business of discrimination due to the company requiring employees to show proof of citizenship for employment.
Republicans get asked about immigration all the time, mostly to get their reactions to something Donald Trump said, but not always. Democrats hardly ever get asked about immigration, and when they do it’s always to get their reaction to something a Republican said (in response to an actual question about immigration).
Immigration is a controversial issue, and far more complex than the media coverage would have you believe. For example: “Should there be a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants?” is not the only question that requires an answer in the debate over immigration reform. If reporters really wanted to, they could force Democrats to weigh in on some of the more contentious (and severely under-covered) aspects of the immigration debate, by asking questions like…
A record-setting 52,209,000 women are currently not in the labor force.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has denied that the modifications to military service requirements in the Oath of Allegiance published on July 21 flout the law, despite harsh criticism from immigration experts and members of Congress.