A collection of our recent writings on the President's historic steps to improve our immigration system.  Includes a recap of the talk DHS Johnson gave to NDN on Wednesday. 

Features

Recent Work

Corey Cantor // Tue, November 11

Over the past year NDN has produced a series of reports cataloguing the improvements the Administration's use of prosecutorial discretion has brought to our immigration and border enforcement systems. 

Corey Cantor // Tue, November 11

Congratulations to Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, on his 2014 Hill contest win.

Corey Cantor // Wed, October 29

It is becoming routine for too many people to not be part of our elections – the ads, the voter contact, the ubiquitous candidates – giving them far less investment in the issues at hand, the democratic process, and the outcomes of these elections themselves.

Simon Rosenberg // Tue, October 28

America’s sunniest place, Puerto Rico, faces dark days, and the likelihood is rising that Washington will be asked to step in. 

Simon Rosenberg // Thu, October 2

Among the more interesting findings is that continued decline of the total number of people DHS is removing...

Corey Cantor // Fri, September 19

On September 16th, DHS Deputy Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas joined NDN at the National Press Club. 

Simon Rosenberg // Fri, August 1

Taken together, it is hard to imagine an agenda more hostile to the interests of Hispanics in the US than what the House GOP produced this Congress. 

Simon Rosenberg // Fri, July 18

NDN/NPI's report finds that the Obama Administration has made the border safer, the immigration system better while dramatically expanding trade with Mexico.  The report also reviews the current migrant crisis, and offers suggestions on what should happen next.