He is a “DREAMer.”
Tag Archives: Immigration Law Enforcement
The Mexican border isn’t our only problem.
Very strong talk about lax enforcement.
Los Zetas Drug Cartel Linked to US Helicopter Downing, Washington Free Beacon
But the border, we’re told, is secure.
New guidelines halve the number of illegals considered “enforcement priorities.”
Meanwhile Trump takes his campaign to the southern border.
Sarah Saldaña doesn’t want a crackdown on sanctuary cities.
As Mexico Tightens Southern Border, Migrants Confront New Threats, Christian Science Monitor
Mexicans doing the job Americans won’t.
ICE spokesman: “Going forward, ICE will generally not detain mothers with children.”
Some went on to commit new crimes such as child sex abuse.
Responding to hecklers, Trump said “Don’t worry, we’ll take our country back.”
900,000 Illegal Immigrants Ordered ‘Removed,’ but Roam Freely in the U.S., Washington Examiner
Under new rules, the problem is likely to get worse.
84 percent have gone “into the shadows.”
Enforcement? What Enforcement?, National Review
At the workplace and jailhouse, Obama has stopped enforcing immigration laws.
Mexico does the job America won’t.
Obama Gives Free Pass to Businesses That Hire Illegals, Washington Times
Audits and arrests are down to a trickle.
121 Murders Attributed to Illegals Released by Obama Administration, Washington Times
More than half of the releases were discretionary.
Illegal Immigration Lowest Since 1972, DHS Chief Jeh Johnson Says, Washington Times
Apprehensions were down 34 percent from this point last year.
Washington State Fruit Grower Hit with $2.25 Million Immigration Fine, Wall Street Journal
Broetje Orchards employed 950 illegal immigrants.
They are the top priorities for deportation.
Most of the state’s voter-approved enforcement laws have been dismantled by courts.
Fewer Immigrants Are Entering the U.S. Illegally, Washington Post
It’s unclear whether that’s due to better border enforcement.
Mexicans are keeping them out of Mexico.
Australia’s Rigid Immigration Barrier, New York Times
. . . is about to get more rigid.
Deportations–even of criminals–continue to decline.
Migrants Face Fortress Europe’s Deadly Moat, New York Times
NYT: It’s Europe’s fault that illegal immigrants are drowning in the Mediterranean.
Arrests and deportations of criminal aliens are down 30 percent.
She herself carries one of the cheat sheets.
Kern County Sheriff a Defiant California Maverick on Immigration, Los Angeles Times
Hispanics call him a “rogue sheriff.”
More coddling for immigrants.
He is 26 years old.
Confirms the position of the 26 states that sued to block amnesty.
While not as many as last year, there are still more than in 2012 and 2013.
They say fulfilling oaths of office may mean disobeying executive orders.
Last month 2,395 unaccompanied non-Mexican children were caught crossing the border.
Lawmakers give illegals tips and tools to avoid deportation.
DHS Released Another 30,000 Criminal Aliens onto Streets, Washington Times
Down from 36,000 the year prior.
National park was so dangerous that parts of it were closed to the public for more than 10 years.
SSA is acting as though the federal judge’s injunction against amnesty will be overturned.
They won’t have the staff to have face-to-face interviews with executive amnesty applicants.
A Review of DHS Policies on Apprehension of Non-Citizens, Center for Immigration Studies
Deportations of criminals are down 43 percent since 2012.
Will spend state money to send 500 agents to help guard the border.
Should Obama Ignore the Federal Courts?, Rasmussen Reports
43% of Democrats say Obama should ignore court rulings.
Texas attorney general calls it a “victory for the rule of law in America.”
End H-1B Visa Program’s Abuse, Los Angeles Times
LA Times says the program displaces American workers.
IRS to Pay Back-Refunds to Illegal Immigrants Who Didn’t Pay Taxes, Washington Times
The cascading effects of Obama’s amnesty.
You may call in either English or Spanish.
Government Data Reveals Shadow Work Authorization System for Immigrants, Center for Immigration Studies
Report finds 5.5 million work permits since 2009 that were not authorized by Congress.
They get a shrink and other “transition-related care.”