Focusing on narrow, pragmatic, and incremental immigration reforms that transcend partisan politicking is a good first step to reform.
We must avoid legislating enforcement mechanisms simply to demonstrate a show of force
It’s impossible to understand American exceptionalism without acknowledging the success of our immigration policies.
It has been demonstrated once again that safe zones and refugee camps are not a viable replacement for refugee resettlement.
A new Niskanen Center research paper details the efforts of these states, setting the stage to tackle reform on the federal level
We hardly need new tools to protect our borders.
Your admission into the U.S. largely depends on who you are and whether you consent to certain searches.
How should we avoid another outbreak of corruption and abuse?