The 30,558 criminal illegals released in 2014 have committed 13,288 additional crimes.
Tag Archives: Immigration Law Enforcement
Illegal Families Surge Across Border; 2016 Already Worse Than 2015, Washington Times
DOJ: Lax enforcement policies may be the draw.
Agents arrested just 0.04 percent of the 500,000 visa overstayers last year.
Because adults coming with children are quickly released.
No room in detention centers so illegals are simply turned loose.
Union for Border Patrol Agents Under Fire for Endorsement of Trump, Los Angeles Times
The largest government union has endorsed Hillary.
There were 480,000 visa overstays in fiscal 2015.
Apprehensions of unaccompanied children are up 78 percent over this period in 2015.
Something else to worry about.
Consistent Surge of People Crossing Illegally, KRGV (Brownsville)
Border Patrol chief says South Texas could use another 1,500 agents.
ICE made half as many arrests in 2015 as it did in 2013.
Illegal Immigrant Families Crossing Border at Record Pace in 2016, Washington Times
The number is 40 percent higher than the previous record of 2014.
Unaccompanied illegal alien minors are now becoming gang members.
It’s costing taxpayers $300,000 every day.
Mexican was caught with other illegals 23 of the times.
80 Syrians, 191 Pakistanis, and 776 Somalis have used the loophole.
Border Agents: DHS Has ‘No Intention’ of Deporting Illegals, Washington Times
CBP Commissioner: Border patrol agents who want to enforce the law can look for another job.
They had 464 criminal charges between them before they were charged with murder.
The presence of ICE recruiters on campus is “triggering” to Hispanic students.
A few arrests of minors enrages liberals.
She would deport only terrorists and violent criminals.
Australia shows Europe the way.
What he couldn’t get through legislation he is getting through non-enforcement.
He visited his daughter in California.
Even though the agency is having problems with attrition.
Texas put nearly a billion dollars into securing its border.
Illegal was not considered a “flight risk” but now, of course, he’s gone.
Almost 90,000 Dangerous Illegal Immigrants Go Free, Washington Examiner
That’s 60 percent of the criminal illegals ICE identified in 2015.
Obama Reinstates ‘Catch-and-Release’ Policy for Illegal Immigrants, Washington Times
“Immigration laws today appear to be mere suggestions.”
‘Sanctuary Cities’ Cross the 300 Mark with Dallas, Philly, Washington Examiner
The whole state of Massachusetts may soon be added to their ranks.
DHS: 500,000 People Overstayed Their U.S. Visas in 2015, Washington Examiner
Including 681 from Iraq, 564 from Iran, and 440 from Syria.
Illegal Immigration by Families Surges 38 Percent, Washington Times
Over the last three months, 40,000 Central Americans have been caught at the border.
U.S. Begins Immigration Crackdown on Central Americans, Wall Street Journal
Donald Trump claims responsibility.
More than 10,000 unaccompanied children were caught in October and November alone.
U.S. Plans Raids to Deport Families Who Surged Across Border, Washington Post
Mark Krikorian is skeptical.
Only 70,000 illegals were deported from the interior.
Some of them are China, India, and Haiti.
Thousands were granted asylum who were associated with lawyers accused of fraud.
Women and children are taking advantage of a policy not to detain them.
Luis Gutierrez calls it “a victory to celebrate.”
Crime happened in Dallas, a sanctuary city.
Ted Cruz also took a strong stance.
Trump Favors a ‘Deportation Force’, The Hill
Says “We have to do what we have to do.”
Adventures in Immigration Non-Enforcement, National Review
It is IRS policy not to inform victims of identity theft.
And 920,000 illegals remain in the US in defiance of deportation orders.
Bill also expands the state’s use of E-verify.
“Steinle’s Law” again fails to pass.
New Map Shows Number of Sanctuaries and Criminal Releases Still Growing, Center for Immigration Studies
About 1,000 criminal illegals are released each month due to sanctuary policies.
Deportations of all illegals–even criminals–are way down.
Deportations down 42 percent since 2012.