U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement continued its war against sanctuary cities last week on multiple fronts.
Of the 473,682 immigrants apprehended while illegally entering the United States with a family member during fiscal 2019, 375,000 were released inside our country.
The granddaughter of a woman who was raped and murdered in Queens, New York, last month has blamed New York City’s “sanctuary city” policies for the woman’s death.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement escalated its legal war against illegal-alien sanctuaries last week with seven more subpoenas.
The number of illegal aliens caught at the southwest border of the United States in January dropped nearly 10 percent from December, but border agents still apprehended an average of 50 illegals per hour.
Attorney General William Barr said the Justice Department will file multiple lawsuits against “sanctuary” jurisdictions for interfering with federal immigration enforcement.
What would you say about legislation requiring the government to use tax money to transport convicted criminal illegal aliens who’d already been deported back to the United States, calling it the “right to come home”?
The Trump administration is reportedly seeking new visa rules that aim to stop the practice of birth tourism, according to senior officials.
Illegal crossings in the U.S. Border Patrol’s Yuma sector dropped by 94 percent after the Trump administration started making asylum-seekers wait in Mexico for hearings.
After being prevented from crossing a bridge into Mexico, hundreds of Central American migrants waded across the river separating Mexico and Guatemala on January 20, only to be stopped by members of the Mexican National Guard.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement hit New York City’s Department of Corrections with subpoenas on Friday to get information about illegal aliens who were arrested in the city but released after the city refused to honor detainers from ICE.