A 98-page report completed by the Department of Homeland Security in May found that only 54 percent of people who entered our nation illegally between border crossings got caught during the 2015 fiscal year.

The cases of more than 56,000 Central American immigrants who entered the United States illegally since 2014 have been delayed for several years.

The Supreme Court rejected a request from the Obama administration to rehear the case of United States v. Texas, which blocked the administration from implementing its plan to shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation.

Continuing a trend reported in July, recent figures from the State Department Refugee Processing Center indicate a continuation of the wide disparity between Syrian refugees who are Muslim and those who Christians.

Simon Henshaw, a deputy assistant secretary of the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, admitted that U.S. immigration officials make no effort to learn if refugees harbor extremist views.

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