President Donald Trump will soon sign an executive order that will suspend the issuance of visas to “nationals of countries of particular concern,” most notably, Syria.
President Trump signed two executive orders related to immigration — to begin construction of a wall on the border with Mexico, and to strengthen immigration enforcement.
An illegal alien has filed a lawsuit against San Francisco law-enforcement officers for violating San Francisco’s sanctuary city law by arresting and detaining him.
A video recorded at a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office revealed that officials are willing to admit illegal aliens with fake passports to the United States.
President-elect Trump criticized the media for saying that his plan to pay for the border wall first and then recoup the cost form Mexico violates his campaign promises.
Newly sworn-in Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Paul Penzone, who benefited in his campaign from a PAC financed by George Soros, has referred to illegal aliens as “guests.”
An estimated 806,000 illegal aliens have received driver’s licenses in California and a law letting voters register through the DMV could result in illegal aliens voting.
The Obama administration has dismantled a program to screen aliens from countries with a large terrorist presence.
The United States admitted 23,428 aliens as “refugees” during the first 11 weeks of fiscal year 2017 — a rate that would result in more than 110,000 for the fiscal year.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker sent a letter to Donald Trump suggesting areas where the federal government might act differently with the states, including refugee resettlement.
The number of illegal aliens apprehended at the border reached 47,214 in November — a 44-percent increase in a year and the highest number since a peak in June 2014.