Statistics on Immigration in the United States

Statistics on Immigration in the United States

Immigration has become far more central in the public conversation in the United States, typically the topic of political controversy, dueling statistics, and perceptions that often are at a significant lag to changing realities on the ground. By Jeanne Batalova,...
U.S. Immigrant eligible voters are at a record high

U.S. Immigrant eligible voters are at a record high

CORRECTION (Feb. 26, 2020): An earlier version of this report incorrectly stated the U.S.-born eligible voter population in 2020, as well as its growth rate from 2000. This population grew by 18%, from 181 million in 2000 to 215 million in 2020. More than 23 million...

2020 Presidential Candidates and their stance on Immigration

Today, we’re wrapping up our “Foresight 2020” series with an in-depth look at where the candidates stand on immigration. For our conversation, we were joined by Nicole Narea, an immigration reporter at Vox and Theresa Cardinal Brown, director of...
Deferred Enforced Departure (DED): A Fact Sheet

Deferred Enforced Departure (DED): A Fact Sheet

What is Deferred Enforced Departure? A form of relief from removal. Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) (formerly Extended Voluntary Departure) allows certain individuals from designated countries and regions facing political or civic conflict or natural disaster...
Immigrants boost the economy in New York, study shows

Immigrants boost the economy in New York, study shows

Immigrants love New York — they always have. And they are having the greatest economic effect here, out of all the states, according to a new report. By Gregory Bresiger The WalletHub study compared the economic impact of foreign-born populations on the 50 states and...

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