The Legal Side of Immigration

While the United States may be selective in terms of the relative skill and education of its entrants, it is far less concerned with their culture, and leaps and bounds more concerned with their individual freedom. In truth, a report conducted by the Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX) ranked the United States 9th globally with respect to their treatment of immigrants, but “1st in terms of its strong anti-discrimination laws and protections.” Indeed, most Americans are largely sympathetic towards immigrant populations. A 2015 poll conducted by the Pew Research Center found that most Americans feel as though immigration is a net-positive for the country. In contrast to the nativist portrait of the American immigration system, the land of the free seems as a matter of fact more amenable to its global citizens then most of its counterparts.



New results of MIPEX

We are pleased to announce that the new results of MIPEX (2014-2020) will be published by the end of 2020. MIPEX 2020 will include 52 European and non-European countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, EU28, India, Japan, Mexico, US and much more. Stay tuned!