The Supreme Court dismissed one of two cases brought to it challenging President Donald Trump’s ban on visitors from countries where terrorists have a strong presence.
Trump Letter to Congress Outlines Immigration Plan, but Is Open to “Reform” of DACA Recipients’ StatusWritten by Warren Mass
President Donald Trump’s letter to House and Senate leaders summarized his immigrations policies, but is also open to undefined “reforms” of the status of DACA recipients.
ICE Acting Director Tom Homan stated that Governor Brown’s signing of a bill to make California a sanctuary state will leave ICE with no choice but to make at-large arrests.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill into law on October 5 that prohibits state and local agencies from working with federal immigration enforcement agencies.
Assistant DHS Secretary Michael Dougherty said at a Senate hearing that the Trump administration would support allowing “Dreamers” to gain lawful permanent status.
The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against Crop Production Services Inc., headquartered in Colorado, for allegedly discriminating against U.S. workers.
The FAIR survey does an excellent job in making the case that illegal immigration costs Americans more than they receive in taxes from illegal aliens, but it fails to address other non-fiscal costs.
More Trump backsliding on migration/immigration? Is the Trump administration preparing us to “welcome” more Rohingya Muslim “refugees”?
Maine Governor Paul LePage sent a letter to his state’s 16 county sheriffs on September 25, telling them that he would remove from office any sheriff who did not cooperate with federal immigration officials.
On September 24, just hours before his previous travel ban was set to expire, President Trump signed a proclamation limiting the immigrant and nonimmigrant entry into the United States from eight countries.
California’s radical Attorney General Xavier Becerra traveled to San Diego on September 20 to announce a lawsuit he will file against the Trump administration over its plan to begin construction of a wall along the Mexican border in San Diego and Imperial counties.