Category Archives: Immigration

ICE agents seeking child at New York City school barred from entering

Saturday officials said ICE agents searching for a 4-year-old were turned away from a New York City school after they failed to show a warrant. The incident took place at Public School 58 in Queens and months after the city ordered teachers to prohibit immigration officers from entering school grounds without warrants. Continue reading →

Texas governor signs bill targeting sanctuary cities

Sunday Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a bill prohibiting the state’s cities and counties from enacting so-called “sanctuary” laws that prevent local law enforcement officers from inquiring about the immigration status of anyone they detain. Continue reading →

WashPost: Half of Those Arrested in Immigration Raids Had Traffic Offenses Or No Record

It doesn’t matter what the left says, once you cross the border illegally, you are a criminal. Records provided by congressional aides to The Washington Post paint a small but detailed snapshot of the illegal immigrants being arrested under the administration of President Donald Trump, the newspaper reported Friday. Continue reading →

Sessions to potential illegal immigrants: Don’t come, wait your turn

Attorney General Jeff Sessions and DHS Secretary John Kelly made a stop in El Paso, Texas Thursday and warned potential illegal immigrants “don’t come.” “When you are caught, you will be detained, adjudicated and deported,” Sessions said. “Do not come unlawfully. Wait your turn.”Fox News

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DREAMer lost DACA status when he illegally tried to reenter country, feds say

A failure to follow the rules may have cost an illegal Mexican immigrant his life in the U.S. According to U.S. officials, Juan Manuel Montes-Bojoquez had twice been approved for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program, which provided the 23 year old a permit to work or attend school here legally. Montes worked in California as a farmworker but hoped to attend community college to become a welder. Continue reading →

DACA recipient who claims to be first ‘Dreamer’ deported under Trump files suit

This is costing tax payers money, as it becomes a big payday for attorneys defending these criminals. A 23-year-old so-called “dreamer” is suing the federal government over his deportation to his native Mexico earlier this year. Continue reading →

Mexico starts extradition process for suspected killer of US border agent Brian Terry

Mexico has begun the process of extraditing the accused killer of border patrol agent Brian Terry, whose 2010 murder exposed the bungled U.S. gun-tracking operation known as Fast and Furious, according to a report. Continue reading →

Border Officers Nearly Double Searches of Electronic Devices, U.S. Says

According to data released Tuesday by Customs and Border Protection, customs officers at the border and at airports almost doubled their searches of electronic devices of people entering the United States in the last six months. Continue reading →

Maryland governor: No guarantees of children’s safety amid rape case

Friday Maryland’s governor said he cannot promise parents of children in Montgomery County schools, where a freshman high school student was allegedly raped by two older teenagers, that their children will be safe.Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s remarks came as the assault last Thursday by two immigrants, at least one of whom is in the U.S. illegally, has become a flashpoint for parents worried that the county’s “sanctuary” status for illegal immigrants exposes their school children to danger.

“I’m not sure I can give assurances that their children will be safe,” he said.

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What he did give assurances about, however, was that he would do three things: Get to bottom of the case, end the sanctuary status of Montgomery County and make the county’s school district more accountable.

“That’s a big part of the problem,” Hogan said of the county’s decision to not cooperate with federal authorities in their hunt for illegal immigrants.

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Hogan’s comments put further pressure on the superintendent of the Montgomery County school district who has accused some parents of displaying “racism and xenophobia” in their responses to the rape.

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Electronic devices banned on flights to US from 13 countries after intel threat

Monday, sources to Fox News said officials have banned certain electronic devices on flights to the U.S. from 13 international airports due to increased terror threats. The ban is the result of an increased “volume” of chatter suggesting that Al Qaeda and other groups are still looking for ways to sneak explosive materials onboard planes. Continue reading →