Hopes of congressional action on immigration have effectively disappeared. In fact, Politico reported yesterday that there’s “growing pessimism on Capitol Hill that a sweeping immigration bill is achievable in President Barack Obama’s second term.” In other words, barring an unexpected … Continue reading
If a Border Patrol agent beats, kicks, threatens or otherwise abuses you, you can file a complaint. What you can’t count on, evidently, is anything being done about it.
Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson met with both advocates and vocal opponents of immigration reform on May 7 to discuss his views on U.S. deportation policies. The Obama administration, which has been up and down in the polls recently … Continue reading
A Columbus mother of three children fighting deportation to Mexico is granted a six-month “stay of removal,” ABC6/FOX28 News has learned. Rebecca Adducci, director of the local Immigrations and Customs Enforcement division, granted the stay to Maria Esmeralda Cornejo — … Continue reading
WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 600 suspected gang members have been arrested in the Homeland Security Department’s latest crackdown on street gangs, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said Thursday.
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
A group of nearly two dozen GOP senators expressed “grave concerns” with the Department of Homeland Security’s deportation review in a letter to President Obama on Thursday.
WASHINGTON Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is considering limiting deportations of immigrants living in the U.S. illegally but without serious criminal records, according to the Associated Press. On President Obama’s orders, Johnson is conducting a politically charged review of U.S. deportation … Continue reading
A computer meltdown is crippling the nation’s immigration courts — creating an overwhelming backlog of deportation cases, The Post has learned.