Two archbishops from the Middle East have complained that the United States unfairly discriminates against Christians from their region when they apply for U.S. visas.
The large number of migrants from Muslim-majority countries being granted U.S. immigration visas has raised concerns among those who are fearful of terrorists among them.
On August 25, the conservative, non-partisan educational foundation Judicial Watch filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission requesting that the FEC investigate the Democratic National Committee (DNC) for having “knowingly hired a foreign national” who is an illegal alien, Cindy Nava, “to help craft the party’s message to Hispanics, women, and children.”
A report released on September 2 indicates that 51 percent of households headed by an immigrant (whether legal or illegal) reported that they used at least one welfare program during the past year. This figure compares with 30 percent of non-immigrants households. The study defined welfare as Medicaid and cash, food, and housing programs.
According to a report released in May by Eric Jensen, a statistician/demographer with the Census Bureau’s Population Division, the national origin of immigrants entering the United States has been shifting since 2009, with immigrants from Asia now surpassing those from Mexico.