Immigration and Customs Enforcement is pressing forward to arrest and deport families with court-ordered removals in 10 cities beginning Sunday, according to a senior immigration official, after President Donald Trump’s tweet revealing an operation was imminent.
MEXICO HAS defused President Trump’s latest fit of pique with minimal concessions, which is appropriate. Mexico did not cause the surge of immigrants from Central America to the United States, and it is not well positioned to solve the problem.
The sheer effrontery of the government’s argument may be explained, but not excused, by its long backstory.
The judge could reopen the case to determine whether the question was intended to discriminate against Hispanics.
Like many arguments, the fight over the term “concentration camp” is mostly an argument about something entirely different. It is not about terminology.
Hundreds of immigrant children who have been separated from their parents or family members are being held in dirty, neglectful, and dangerous conditions at Border Patrol facilities in Texas
There could be food shortages within days.
On Monday evening, one day before officially launching his reelection bid, President Donald Trump tweeted that Immigration and Customs Enforcement will soon begin “the process of removing” millions of undocumented immigrants from the country.
Sen. Mitch McConnell and other lawmakers agreed on a $4.6 billion deal to house and care for immigrant refugees crossing the Mexico border.
New acting Director of US Citizenship and Immigration Services Ken Cuccinelli has sent an email to asylum officers that is being met with consternation and criticism.In the email, according to a source who received it, Cuccinelli appeared to press officers interviewing asylum seekers to be skeptical of claims of credible fear of returning home, saying that legally USCIS must conduct interviews but noting that many of the claims are “frivolous.”Cuccinelli called the US immigration system “abused,”
Originally published by CNN It’s an alarm immigrant rights groups have been sounding since the day President Trump took office.Mass deportations were coming, advocates warned, vowing to fight any efforts the administration made to step up enforcement.Trump himself suggested well before his January 2017 inauguration that he planned to deportmillions of people, telling “60 Minutes” …
On Monday night, President Donald Trump fired off another tweet, just one day before he is set to kick off his re-election campaign before his faithful base in Florida. It was reckless.Cueing up his signature issue, he tweeted, “Next week ICE will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the United States. They will be removed as fast as they come in.”