It’s no secret that President Obama could heal the pain of immigrant families facing separation today with the stroke of a pen. Using his indisputable executive authority, he could halt deportations, provide temporary relief to millions, and put powerful pressure … Continue reading
Even as they plant this spring, many American farmers will face an ongoing problem at harvest time—having enough workers to pick their crops.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said Thursday that a “fresh start” is needed for the controversial deportation program known as Secure Communities, offering another indication this week that the Obama administration will soon revise its immigration-enforcement priorities.
When it comes to immigration, Democrats are masters of deception.
When immigration activists take to the streets Thursday for a series of May Day marches in downtown Los Angeles, their message will be largely directed at President Obama.
Immigration enforcement has changed significantly ever since Congress approved a sweeping immigration bill in 1996, according to a new report.
On a recent trip to the Asia-Pacific region, President Barack Obama took time to appeal to Congress to act on the issue of immigration reform. The president attended a naturalization ceremony in Seoul, South Korea, for 13 American military service … Continue reading
Moving ahead on immigration reform depends on the President, he’s enforcing the law. Obama has to show the American people and the Congress he can implement the law, so that it may be passed. Obama has been focusing on enforcing … Continue reading
Earlier last week Obama spoke on immigration reform in San Francisco on changes to immigration-enforcement and deportation policy being contemplated by the Obama administration will likely come in two separate steps. The first would be more extensive background checks of … Continue reading
Atlanta-area evangelical leaders on Thursday called on Congress to pass legislation that would create a pathway to citizenship for immigrants living illegally in the U.S.