Border Patrol agents are witnessing a surge of immigrants crossing the border illegally. Many are from Central America, and are running toward Border Patrol agents rather than away from them.
Representative Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) has discovered that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) did not run proper background checks on immigration benefits applicants.
Only 480 (or 30 percent) of the 1,600 aliens who have traveled to the United States under the Obama administration’s Central American Minors (CAM) program are actually minors.
UC President Janet Napolitano announced that her office will direct campus police not to cooperate with government agencies attempting to enforce federal immigration law.
The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) reports that the Department of Health and Human Services is cutting funding to domestic programs to pay for room and board for illegal alien youths. HHS must come up with $167 million to cover the costs to feed and shelter the unaccompanied minors through December 9 and has turned to other programs, including Medicare, for the money. And while the programs from which the money is being transferred are unconstitutional uses of taxpayer dollars, the move underscores that the American people are not this administration's priority.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has said he’ll sign a law banning sanctuary cities in the Lone Star State.
Central American officials have said that Donald Trump’s impending presidency has prompted a new surge in migrants from their countries towards the U.S. border.
Groups calling for legal status for illegal aliens visited the White House last week to urge the release of Central Americans detained for entering our nation illegally.
Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, suggested in a recent statement that Border Patrol managers will soon start enforcing immigration laws more strictly.
Donald Trump appears to be deadly serious about solving the immigration problem that has grown during the Obama administration.
The nation is waiting to see how President-elect Donald Trump’s pledge to enforce our nation’s immigration laws more zealously than his predecessor will unfold.