Uncontrolled Immigration a Threat to National Security?

Krikorian, Mark
January 2010
Veterans' Vision;2010, p25
The article analyzes whether uncontrolled immigration is a threat to the national security of the U.S. Two reasons are cited that make immigration important to homeland security. Figures show the entries from abroad that U.S. border and airport inspectors must screen, visas issued and applications processed for all immigration benefits. Trend showed the evolution of patriotic assimilation with the end of mass immigration. Three groups of people who must enter the U.S. are identified.


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