Speaking to CBP personnel near the Mexican border, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions outlined the Trump administration’s new, toughened immigration law-enforcement policy.
The U.S. Department of Justice warned American employers petitioning for H-1B visas for the next fiscal year not to discriminate against U.S. workers.
A Missouri woman who has attended official meetings on resettling migrants is blowing the whistle on United Nations and federal schemes that she says are quietly flying in huge numbers of unvetted, diseased “refugees” from across Africa and the Middle East — many of whom do not even have a known name — and immediately handing them passports, Social Security numbers, and a vast array of tax-funded benefits. Noting that the overwhelming majority of the migrants she observed were men, she suggested the schemes were an “intentional device” to “invade the United States of America.”
The city of Seattle has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration to challenge the administration’s stated intention to deny federal funding to sanctuary cities.
A federal judge in Hawaii converted his prior temporary restraining order against the Trump administration (for its ban on foreign nationals from 6 countries that sponsor terrorism) into a longer-term injunction.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said during a press briefing that some states and cities have adopted policies designed to frustrate the enforcement of immigration laws.
Judge Anthony Trenga of Virginia upheld President Trump’s executive order that banned people from six countries that sponsor terrorism or are havens for terrorists.
The open borders movement in California wants to punish any construction firm that dares to help build the promised Trump wall.