Deportations of criminals are down 43 percent since 2012.
Tag Archives: Immigration Law Enforcement
A Review of DHS Policies on Apprehension of Non-Citizens, Center for Immigration Studies
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.”
She says anyone living in the US has a “right” to be working.
Claims executive amnesty violates the Constitution.
Immigration agents now must act as immigrant advocates.
Illegal was released even though he admitted ties to the Mexican Mafia.
New policy may be intended to shield illegals from deportation.
ICE does not vet them carefully.
Don’t Give Up the Fight, National Review
National Review suggests a effective approach to blocking amnesty.
Their bill to defund Obama’s amnesty is not expected to pass the Senate.
“Border Patrol agents are now being trained to be social workers, not law enforcement.”
But what will they do when Obama vetoes their bill?
That’s more than a third of the southern border.
1.4 million illegals are expected to apply in the next three years.
State Appeals Court Overturns Ban on LAPD’s Vehicle Impound Policy, Los Angeles Times
More discretionary law enforcement in favor of illegals.
U.S. Agency Hiring 1,000 After Obama’s Immigration Order, New York Times
New bureaucracy likely to cost nearly $50 million a year.
70 percent do not report back to ICE as ordered.
Immigrants Still Surging into Texas Shelters, Tuscon Sentinel
“It doesn’t look like it’s going to end any time soon.”
Illegal Immigration Up, Deportations Down in 2014: DHS, Washington Times
Immigration is up 16 percent; interior deportations are down 24 percent.
No One’s Minding the Store, National Review
Former fraud-prevention official expects “astronomical” fraud in amnesty applications.
Hispanic woman will head ICE.
Detention Center Presented as Deterrent to Border Crossings, New York Times
Each detainee will cost taxpayers $296 a day.
They will not affect local police departments.
Will the GOP do anything substantive to oppose executive amnesty?
Substantive opposition to executive amnesty will not come until January.
73 percent of Hispanics say executive amnesty should be expanded.
States say executive amnesty “tramples” the Constitution.
WaPo editorial board: Obama’s amnesty is unjustified.
Just seven will be charged with fraud prevention.
House Republicans Ready Plan to Avoid a Government Shutdown, New York Times
It would temporarily fund Obama’s executive amnesty.
Report from the Congressional Research Service.
Obama in Chicago: On Ferguson, Immigration. Transcript, Chicago Sun-Times
He says protests are “rooted in realities.”
Employers won’t have to pay a penalty for not insuring amnestied illegals.
Obama’s Immigration Action Creates an Opening for Scam Artists Too, Los Angeles Times
LA Times is worried about fake “helpers,” not fake amnesty applicants.
Governments are delighted their people aren’t coming back.
Professor at University of Maryland realizes what is happening.
Kris Kobach to file suit against executive amnesty.
Hispanics held signs outside the White House that read “Gracias, Presidente Obama.”
Buchanan: US will be “Third World country . . . no more a Western nation.”
Obama is doing more than just shielding illegals from deportation.
What Amnesty Has Already Done to America, Universal Free Press
The terrible legacy of the last amnesty.
Why Obama Will Go Through with His Threat to Act Unilaterally, Center for Immigration Studies
He thinks it will shore up his “legacy.”