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At Least 380 Foreign-born Convicted in Terror Cases in the U.S. Since 9/11

Of the 380 foreign-born individuals, at least 24 came to the U.S. as refugees and at least 33 were in the U.S. illegally on expired visas. According to the Subcommittee, at least 62 of the foreign-born terror convicts were from Pakistan, 28 were from Lebanon, 22 were Palestinian, 21 were from Somalia, 20 were from Yemen, 19 were from Iraq, 16 were from Jordan, 17 were from Egypt, and 10 were from Afghanistan.

Handcuffs secure the back door of a US Customs and Border Protection border patrol vehicle loaded with suspected illegal immigrants near Yuma, Arizona. File

Foreign-Born and Native-Born See Job Growth Last Month

The number of both foreign- and native-born people in the United States with a job rebounded last month with both demographics experiencing increases in their respective employment levels, according to new jobs data released Friday.


Foreign-Born Gain Jobs As Native-Born Lose Jobs

According to the not seasonally adjusted BLS numbers, in September 24,928,000 foreign-born people were employed in the U.S., growing by 14,000 jobs compared to August when 24,914,000 foreign-born people were employed. Native-born Americans, meanwhile, experienced a loss in jobs, declining 262,000 from August’s level of 124,314,000 to 124,052,000 employed native-born people in September.

A help wanted sign is seen in the window of the Unika store on September 4, 2015 in Miami, Florida. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released the August jobs report that shows that the economy created just 173,000 new jobs last month. But the unemployment rate dipped to 5.1%, …

U.S. Host To 10 Million More Foreigners Than Entire European Union

The United States is host to 10 million more foreign-born people than all 27 countries comprising the European Union combined, according to United Nations and European Commission data produced by Republican staffers with the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest.

SID, SERBIA - SEPTEMBER 17: Men walk with backpacks as migrants continue to arrive by bus where they walk the final few kilometres from Serbia to Croatia opening up a new route to northern EU countries on September 17, 2015 in Sid, Serbia.