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Tag Archives: Immigration Law Enforcement
95 Percent of Deported Illegals Were Criminals, Washington Times
But they can’t be deported before their asylum hearing.
Illegal Immigration Jumps for Third Straight Year Under Obama, Washington Times
Mostly due to unaccompanied minors.
Obama administration undermines even its own enforcement priorities.
More Jails Refuse to Hold Inmates for Federal Immigration Authorities, Los Angeles Times
More criminal illegals are being released instead of deported.
Hispanics Promised Obama Will Act on Immigration by Year’s End, Washington Times
Tom Perez: “The question of executive action, my friends, is a ‘when’ question.”
Some have been here since the Liberian civil wars.
Congressman defends the sanctuary movement.
An estimated 40,000 have gone underground.
“. . . and he’s going to do an awful lot.”
A White-House amnesty for Omar J. Gonzalez!
Nearly 3,000 since 2009.
Don’t Give the Masters of the Universe Their Amnesty, National Review
Jeff Sessions hammers the “powerful interest groups” now pushing for executive amnesty.
Guarantees executive amnesty before year’s end.
Just 319 of the recent 59,000 Central American illegals have been deported.
Get Angry Now, VDARE
Obama is still promising executive amnesty.
Citizens pick up where the Border Patrol falls short.
Straight talk from a man who has to deal with underage illegals.
Migrants’ Right to Counsel Argued, Politico
DOJ argues that child illegals do not have a constitutional right to a lawyer.
And wishes them a wonderful time in school.
ICE official: “Some of them could be here to do us harm.”
U.S. to Allow Some Immigrant Deportees to Return Under Settlement, Los Angeles Times
“Perhaps thousands” of illegals will be allowed back into the US.
Number of Infiltrators Leaving Israel Skyrockets in August, Israel National News
Typical “loyalty” pattern for illegal immigrants.
Illegals landed on neighborhood beach in broad daylight.
He may argue Congress hasn’t allocated enough money for immigration enforcement.
“I would compare it to a kid asking his parents for Christmas [presents].”
DHS Saw No Option but to Free 169 Illegals Convicted of Murder, Washington Times
Their own countries refuse to take them back.
TSA insisted the initial reports were “completely wrong.”
Obama Weighs Broader Move on Legal Immigration, Huffington Post
Businesses want executive action for more green cards.
Unilateral amnesty before the elections could hurt Obama’s fellow Democrats.
ICE kept the releases secret.
New York Judges to Start Hearing Child-Immigrant Cases, New York Post
The judges are “the most lenient in the country.”
Says the “criminal element” at the border is increasing.
It all began with “prosecutorial discretion.”
Shelter Shutdowns Show More U.S. Control of Border Surge, Washington Times
HHs has found enough private shelters so it will no longer house illegals on military bases.
Including countries most affected by the Ebola outbreak.
ACLU wants legal representation for young illegals.
House GOP Resurrects Border Bill, Predicts Successful Friday Vote, Washington Times
Bill would halt DACA, but is mostly symbolic.
ACLU had brought charges.
It costs $140 per day per illegal.
The sex-trafficking law applies only to young immigrants with no relatives in the US.
A report from a border we’re told is secured.
GOP Leaders Revive Democrats’ Amnesty Hopes, Daily Caller
Harry Reid sees “an opening” for a legislative conference on amnesty.
He thinks Obama will grant amnesty by executive order.
Governor doesn’t want the eight young illegals dumped in his state.
Your chance to pick up some extra cash.
They don’t meet ICE’s “enforcement priorities.”
Standing Room Only at Collin County Meeting About Immigrant Children, CBS Collin County
“What we see is not immigration, but an invasion, a deliberate invasion.”
White House Pursuing Plan to Expand Immigrant Rights, Los Angeles Times
Obama may grant executive amnesty to five million illegals by summer’s end.
77% Want Illegals Sent Home, 81% Say It’s a Serious Issue, Washington Examiner
57 percent think they’re coming for amnesty.