Chain Migration

New CAPS Video Explains Why Sanctuaries Threaten The American Dream

There are many misconceptions about illegal and legal immigration and their impact on population growth in the United States. The media and amnesty activists like to portray 12 million illegal aliens in the United States as having no real impact on our population growth, the labor market, or pollution.

​There Is A Gaping Hole In Our Immigration System That A Wall Won't Fix

Estimates of the total number of illegal aliens living in the United States range from 11-20 million people. While figures vary, it's estimated that nearly half of the illegal population are visa overstays. 

End EB-5 Visa, Slow Chain Migration, Help Stabilize U.S. Population

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EB-5 creates chain migration, RAISE Act would slow it.

WSJ RAISE Act Column Wrong on Facts, Ignores Population Stabilization Component

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Ending Chain Migration Helps American workers.

California Daily Shines Light, Inadvertently, on RAISE Act Benefits

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Its vacation’s almost over, California Assembly Returns Soon to Vote on SB 54.

New Bill from Sens. Cotton and Purdue Would End Chain Migration, Diversity Visa Lottery

On February 7, Senators Tom Cotton (R-AK) and Sonny Perdue (R-GA) introduced a bill which, if it becomes law, would fulfill one of the solutions advocated by Californians for Population Stabilizations to cut back soaring population growth and reduce over-immigration.

Refugee Resettlement Policy Needs to Include Chain Migration Limits

Southern California Public Radio recently broadcast a story about the distribution of refugees resettled in California. Read the story which includes an audio interview with a CAPS representative here.

Facing Huge Population Growth, U.S. Must Get Tough on Visa Overstays

A well-written L.A. Weekly story about the local Night Lights band provided some interesting insights into the abyss of U.S. immigration laws. The four-member band includes an American and nationals from Mexico, Japan and Norway. The Norwegian drummer came to the U.S. on an F-1 visa, and the Japanese guitar player on an F-2 visa given to children of F-1 recipients.

White House Ignores Congressional Research Service Report Linking High Immigration to Lower American Wages

Although Americans are constantly lectured on the supposed fiscal advantages of evermore immigration, an important new Congressional Research Service report exposed the fallacies in that argument.

“Why Can’t We All Get Along?” Gang of Eight Amnesty Disagreements Multiply

In my last blog I wrote that a rift between the high tech industry and the White House could help derail amnesty legislation. Fearing that a so called comprehensive bill may fail, Silicon Valley is desperate to have its demands for higher H-1B visa caps be treated separately from amnesty for 11 million aliens. The White House says no deal; sink or swim with us. Read my blog here.

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