American Public Opinion and Immigration - Gallup News

Even though the president of the League of United Latin American Citizens said: "The elections of 2010 are further proof of the power of the Latino vote," in fact, the elections are further proof that Hispanic Americans are Americans, and that amnesty isn't a winning political issue even among them, proven by their helping vote in a 112th Congress that is a lot more hawkish on immigration than its predecessors were. Numbers USA figures that the new House of Representatives will have at least 50 fewer supporters of increased immigration than the current one. The current House has 206 members that the organization considers to support higher immigration most or all of the time, compared with 155 higher-immigration members in races so far decided.

02/13/2018: Senate Voted Yesterday to Debate ImmigrationReform by 97:1 Vote

Since AILA's founding, our chapters and members have fought hard to win legislative reform and positive changes in immigration policy. On April 12, 2018, AILA members and their clients are invited to Capitol Hill to urge the passage of fair, just, and sensible immigration reform.


Yes, Immigration Hurts American Workers - POLITICO Magazine

Opinion articles on immigration issues and the local and federal attempts to address them.

Obama, Hillary and McCain promise to give amnesty to 20-30 million illegal aliens, continue chain migration, double U.S. immigration from 1.0 to 2.0 million annually and accept millions of anchor babies. This means 70 million immigrants and their children will flood into America by 2040. The following interview with Dr. Albert Bartlett of Colorado University will give you plenty of reasons for taking action to prevent this.


Jan 19, 2018 · Immigration Attitudes

Average U.S. wages were depressed 3% because of immigration. Because of internal migration, most economists look for the impacts of immigrants throughout the U.S. labor market rather than in particular cities.

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Another Clinton-era commission, the bi-partisan U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform, chaired by Barbara Jordon, recommended deep cuts in immigration to remove the economic injustice that current immigration numbers impose on the most vulnerable members of our national community.

Executive Office for Immigration Review

But nearly every new adult permanently added to the U.S. population through immigration legislation would be a potential competitor to unemployed and underemployed American workers. And every new immigrant increases the total U.S. carbon footprint and ecological footprint.

Emory Law | Emory University School of Law | Atlanta, GA

Immigration-driven U.S. population growth is making the really difficult tasks of meeting carbon goals, energy goals, infrastructure goals and economic goals close to impossible without fundamentally slashing the American standard of living.