Secretary of State John Kerry last week asked the UN for help vetting immigrants from Central America. But the problems are mostly of our own government's making.

American colleges and universities provide a gaping loophole to expand the number of foreign workers under the H-1B program, thereby increasingly taking away jobs from qualified U.S. professionals.

Two Pakistani nationals who have been linked to terrorism were apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) agents south of San Diego and just north of the Mexican border in September, but details of their capture and interrogation have just recently been made public.

The Texas Attorney General’s Office released a statement on December 29 that it had on that day “asked the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold a federal appeals court ruling to halt the president’s unconstitutional executive action on immigration.”

 

VIDEO - ISIS has been reported capable of printing their own Syrian passports by the Department of Homeland Security. In addition to this report, an anonymous source from the Department of Defense reports to The New American that the United States is not performing background checks on refugees which are being brought into the country. Immigration expert Andy Ramirez also examines the refugee admission numbers that the White House released in a memorandum, and how the administration is not following its own standard which they set back in September.

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