Immigration 10 articles

Nearly 80,000 DACA Recipients Have Arrest Records

Just released data by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), on arrests and apprehensions of illegal aliens, who requested Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), as of November 16th, 2019, shows that nearly 80,000 out of the 110,000 DACA recipients were arrested “BEFORE” being approved into the program. Moreover, the data shows some of the crimes committed include driving under the […]

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No Green Cards For Welfare Wards

Federal rules governing green cards are tightening up under the Republican Trump administration, effective October 2019. Immigrants receiving public assistance may find it harder to stay here legally after that date as officials find it easier to reject green card and visa applications. Non-citizens of the United States need to have a Permanent Residence Card […]

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El Paso Shooter’s Manifesto Faked?

Three weeks after the horrific shooting spree in El Paso, Texas, on the morning of August 3, 2019, leaving 22 people dead and injuring 24 others, the authenticity of the accused sociopath’s so-called manifesto, published about 20 minutes before the mayhem began, is still in question. You Might Like Patrick Crusius (21) stands accused of […]

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Tennessee Forced To Fund Refugee Resettlement

Tennessee legislators just lost a lengthy legal battle over their state’s right to refuse to fund the federal refugee resettlement program. On July 24, 2019, a federal appeals court dismissed Tennessee’s landmark lawsuit. The story started in July 2016, when Tennessee’s Attorney General Herbert Slatery announced his refusal to follow a directive issued by the […]

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Barr Tightens Asylum Claims

Attorney General William Barr tightened asylum limits on Monday, giving a more in-depth overview on what actually constitutes a claim for asylum. You Might Like Barr outlined in his ruling that simply being harassed by gang members doesn’t qualify an individual seeking entrance into the U.S. as a reason for granting asylum. The additional limitations […]

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Tough New Migrant Rule To MAGA

On July 15, 2019, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a bulletin announcing a joint Interim Final Rule (IFR) to raise the bar for eligible asylum seekers at the southern U.S. border with Mexico. The DHS-DOJ Third-Country Asylum Rule took effect the next day when it was published […]

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