Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly indicated that he would keep protecting 780,000 “Dreamers” from deportation and hoped Congress would grant them permanent status.

The Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled against President Trump’s March 6 executive order banning travelers from six countries with heavy terrorist activity.

A report issued by the GAO said the immigration courts’ backlog has more than doubled and the number of pending cases is 437,000, with some scheduled in February 2022.

President Trump’s efforts to crack down on illegal immigration have proven somewhat successful, and a new report by the Associated Press reveals that fewer illegal immigrants are applying for food stamps for fear they may be deported if their immigration status becomes known.

President Trump urged DOJ to “seek an expedited hearing of the watered down Travel Ban before the Supreme Court” while pursuing a “much tougher version in the meantime.” 

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