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Looking Forward: U.S. Immigration Predictions for 2022

In 2020, the United States experienced the highest number of arrests in history by the Border Patrol at the Mexican border, a dramatic decline in deportations (including the deportation of convicted criminals), and the granting of work permits and Social Security numbers to an estimated one million illegal immigrants. With the Biden administration’s disregard for immigration control and an apparent desire to effectively legalize illegal immigration, the Center for Immigration Studies approaches the new year with pessimism mixed with hope for the long term.

Experts at the Center share their views on the important immigration stories likely to occupy the news in 2022.

Contact Darren Heyman, immigration attorney, for more information.

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