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Center for Homeland Security & Immigration

Center Vision

The America First Policy Institute’s (AFPI) Center for Homeland Security and Immigration is devoted to protecting the American people, American interests, and the American way of life. Our “America First” approach requires an immigration system that prioritizes border security and the value of citizenship, a strong and persistent counter-terrorism effort, resiliency of our critical physical and digital infrastructure, and agility in the face of ever-shifting foreign threats and influence.

As our world becomes more complex, so do the threats we face. Terrorism remains a global reality, and America’s ability to prevent attacks in the United States is only as strong as its weakest link at any given moment. America’s enemies no longer need to physically come to our shores to hurt us in the digital age. Threats that strike at the heart of our infrastructure—and, therefore, our civilization—can be achieved with the touch of a button from anywhere in the world. In some cases, these threats are sponsored or shielded by foreign governments; in some cases, they are foreign governments. While these threats are omnipresent, courageous leadership at all levels of government and society is essential for success and security.

Policy Overview

  • Strengthen America’s border security and immigration policies
  • Support counterterrorism efforts
  • Create and maintain a strong physical and digital infrastructure
  • Defend against foreign influence

Research

The Honorable Chad Wolf

Chairman, Center For Homeland Security And Immigration

John A. Zadrozny

Director, Center for Homeland Security and Immigration

Emily Tubb

Policy Analyst

Research