Repeat border-hoppers would be exempt.
Tag Archives: Immigration
US Weighs Curbing Deportations, ABC News
Chinese Spies at Sydney University, Sydney Morning Herald
Following the same pattern as in the United States.
Court Deportations Drop 43 Percent in Past Five Years, New York Times
Quite a record for the “deporter in chief.”
House Immigration Bills Are Still in the Mix, Wall Street Journal
John Boehner is “hellbent on getting this done this year.”
She wants to “honor the dignity and work of immigrants.”
The Jamaican Murderer Britain Can’t Deport Because He Claims to Be Gay, Telegraph (London)
He might face “degrading treatment” back in Jamaica.
Obama Administration Planning Fixes to Immigration Law in Coming Weeks, Washington Examiner
“Fixes” mean de facto amnesty for more illegals.
Education secretary: “And it’s frankly inspiring.”
Immigration’s Impact on Republican Political Prospects, 1980 to 2012, Center for Immigration Studies
For counties, a 1% increase in immigrant share of population reduces Republican vote by 0.6%.
Without passage of amnesty legislation, that’s probably what he will do.
Philadelphia won’t honor detainer requests for illegals convicted of misdemeanors and nonviolent felonies.
Political strategy for the long term.
Syria Is Now the Biggest Threat to Britain’s Security, Telegraph (London)
Over 500 “Britons” have gone to fight in Syria.
And that’s why Republicans won’t vote for amnesty.
Residents will celebrate “a large and growing population in the city of Minneapolis.”
Hoping for Asylum, Migrants Strain U.S. Border, New York Times
Thousands are pouring in, attracted by lax enforcement.
Stay-at-Home Moms: A Rising Trend, Fueled by Immigration and Weak Economy, Christian Science Monitor
Immigrant mothers more likely to stay home with children.
Because Latin American economies are doing poorly.
15,000 migrants have landed on the Italian coast this year.
Illegals now calling themselves “undocumented and unafraid.”
They may have been protecting drug runners.
Yes He Can, on Immigration, New York Times
NYT editorial board decries “neo-nativist Republicans” and calls for unilateral executive action.
The White House awarded her the title for being like Cesar Chavez.
“They had no other means to work to be able to provide for their family.”
‘We Are Prisoners Here’, Say Migrants at Israel’s Desert Detention Camp, Telegraph (London)
Authorities make camp so unpleasant that illegals go home “voluntarily.”
34,000 children entered illegally in 2013.
African Migrants Stream to Spanish Enclaves, Wall Street Journal
They will cross any bit of unprotected border.
They want amnesty for “DREAMers” who join the military.
Amnesty is yet another farm subsidy.
Nigerians call American blacks “akata,” or “wild animals.”
High Deportation Figures Are Misleading, Los Angeles Times
“If you are a run-of-the-mill immigrant here illegally, your odds of getting deported are close to zero.”
Far-Right Sets Sights on European Parliament, Washington Post
Gains could be significant in the May elections.
There are a million more Puerto Ricans on the US mainland than in Puerto Rico.
Ukip: “Government has virtually no control over our borders.”
ICE knows of 870,000 aliens who have been ordered out of the US, but refuse to go.
The Front won 1,200 municipal seats and probably have mayors in 8 cities.
A remarkable column by Diana West.
They want a chance to help build “the next great American century.”
He made the remarks at a meeting of the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Far-Right Makes Makes Electoral Come-Back Across France, Telegraph (London)
More detailed results of the French elections.
“Some 1,328 former inmates have been fighting deportation for at least six years.”
Almost no illegals who make it past the border and avoid arrest are deported.
Even criminal illegals are eligible for waivers to stay in the country.
School Becomes First in Britain to Teach English as a Foreign Language, London Evening Standard
Even native English speakers must take lessons in English as a second language.
Cesar Chavez Dedicated his Life to Fighting for American Workers, Immigration Reform
He wanted secure borders.
Illegals were locked into a 1,500-square-foot house in residential neighborhood.
Camp of the Saints, the movie.
Irish PM Raises Immigration Issue, USA Today
Wants amnesty for Irish illegals.
Six hundred Africans tried to force their way into Spanish territory.