Post Tagged with: "border"


Trump Spent MLK Day Tweeting Vulgarities From His Florida Golf Course

Trump: Any Immigration Plan Without Border Wall ‘Waste of Time’

The president tweeted his position Monday morning ahead of a bipartisan compromise plan expected to be unveiled by top senators.

Anti-Immigration Policies Will be Detrimental to U.S. Economy and Workforce

Anti-Immigration Policies Will be Detrimental to U.S. Economy and Workforce

Economists say deporting undocumented immigrants and restricting immigration will remove billions of dollars from economy and cripple labor market.

U.S. Ends Program for Central American Minors Fleeing Violence

U.S. Border Officials Violated Court Orders on Muslim Ban: Watchdog

Customs and Border Protection officials “had virtually no warning” that Trump was issuing his Muslim ban, according to DHS Inspector General John Roth.

New Trump Immigration Efforts Aim to Stop Child Border Crossers

New Trump Immigration Efforts Aim to Stop Child Border Crossers

Many of the immigration initiatives launched by the Trump administration in recent weeks target one kind of migrant: children.

Justice Department Asks U.S. Judge to Reconsider Slashing Sanctuary City Funds

Judge Deals Blow to Texas Sanctuary City Law

Senate Bill 4 calls for jailing police chiefs, sheriffs and possibly frontline officers who fail to cooperate with U.S. immigration officials.

Flow of Asylum Seekers Crossing Into Canada From U.S. Rises in June

Flow of Asylum Seekers Crossing Into Canada From U.S. Rises in June

The higher numbers are contributing to worsening delays in refugee hearings.

U.S. Court Hears Challenge on Texas Law to Punish ‘Sanctuary Cities’

Asylum Seekers Turned Away at U.S.-Mexico Border Sue Government

Under U.S. immigration law, if someone arriving at a U.S. port of entry expresses fear of returning to their country, border agents should refer them to an interview with a designated asylum officer.

Sessions Visits U.S.-Mexico Border to Push Migrant Crackdown

Sessions Visits U.S.-Mexico Border to Push Migrant Crackdown

Sessions told U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents that more undocumented migrants should be prosecuted as criminals.

U.S. Judges Pulled from Mexico Border as Crossings by Women, Children Fall

U.S. Judges Pulled from Mexico Border as Crossings by Women, Children Fall

The number of parents and children apprehended at the U.S. Mexico border in March dropped to just over 1,000, a 93 percent fall from December, the Department of Homeland Security reported last week.

Ten States to Feel Brunt of Proposed Border Tax: Report

Ten States to Feel Brunt of Proposed Border Tax: Report

The report warned that border adjustment's proposed 20 percent import tax would harm all 50 states but identified 10 that could suffer the most.

Trump’s Funding Request for U.S. Border Wall Hits Snag Among Some Republicans

Trump’s Funding Request for U.S. Border Wall Hits Snag Among Some Republicans

The border wall initiative has faced resistance among Republicans, including lawmakers representing some border towns.

U.S. Says Illegal Immigration from Mexico Declined Last Month

U.S. Says Illegal Immigration from Mexico Declined Last Month

Undocumented immigrants crossing into the United States from Mexico declined by 40 percent from January to February.

Family of Mexican Immigrant to U.S. Settles Lawsuit over Videotaped Abuse

Family of Mexican Immigrant Settles Lawsuit over Videotaped Abuse

Lawsuit disputes authorities' assertions that Anastacio Rojas Hernandez became combative, saying instead he was the victim of abuse.

Arizona Mayor Ken Taylor Angry Over Bilingual Invitation

Bilingual Invitation Sends Arizona Mayor Into an Orange Hued Fit

Mayor of Huachuca City, Arizona, outraged by Border Mayors Association event invitation written in English and "Spanish/Mexican."