The U.S. immigration system is far too generous to new arrivals as budget deficits soar.
New report has come out showing a higher percentage of refugee children
The Times Herald wrote up an article on Indiana’s immigrant population and found this piece of data:
The Indiana Business Research Center says a Latino population of 422,200 will double in the next two decades. The Pew Research Center estimates about 85,000 of the state’s Latino population may be here illegally.