ATLANTA (AP) — President Donald Trump has an unlikely defender of his approach to immigration law: former President Jimmy Carter.
Former President Jimmy Carter is defending President Donald Trump's latest maneuvers on immigration law. Carter told a college student forum Wednesday in Atlanta that Trump hasn't actually ended an Obama … Click to Continue »
Anthony Pham immigrated to the United States in 1982 from Vietnam and became a citizen five years later, after President Ronald Reagan signed an immigration law that sped the legalization … Click to Continue »
Xenophobia, antisemitism, economic insecurity, and restrictive immigration laws. These were the barriers Jewish refugees faced in the 1930s and 1940s when seeking safe haven in the United States. More than 70 years later, explore this lesser-known part of our nation’s history. [ more › ]
We break down the Trust Act and compare it to the "sanctuary state" bill to show how debate over immigration laws has changed in California.
Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton gave a stern and straightforward response during a 2014 CNN interview about how she thought the country’s immigration laws should be executed, particularly when it came to children of undocumented immigrants, according to Mediaite. In the...
Donald Trump made a promise to his supporters on the day he announced his candidacy for President of the United States. The time to enforce immigrations laws is long over due and he vowed to not only uphold them, but bolster them. In...Show More Summary
To the editor: You have it all wrong in your headline and first paragraph, but you have it right at the end. (“Ending DACA was an act of pure cruelty by Trump,” editorial, Sept. 5) Dealing with millions of people here illegally is not about “fear of immigrants,” it is about effectively controlling...
Change. The post Remember all the times Obama said he didn’t have the power to rewrite immigration laws? appeared first on Hot Air.
The correction of Obama’s extraconstitutional excesses and the enforcement of immigration law could mean a boon for the construction industry in Cher’s neighborhood. Spacious though it may be, her mansion
Jelani Cobb writes about how President Trump’s move to end DACA resembles other racist immigration laws throughout U.S. history, like the Immigration Act of 1924.
DACA is a good policy but bad law. Those who were brought to the United States illegally as children and have since led productive lives deserve to stay and earn citizenship. Alas, our immigration laws prevent this and the executiveShow More Summary
The Trump administration is ending the Obama-era DACA program in its current form, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced today. The ball is now in Congress’ court to come up with legislation to address the issue before DACA officially...Show More Summary
As of Sept. 6, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will stop accepting new applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders says reform should also include controlling the U.S. border, improved vetting and enforcing immigration laws. Continue reading ? The post WATCH: White House urges Congress to make ‘responsible immigration reform’ as DACA is scaled back appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
On Wednesday night, U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia blocked major portions of SB 4, Texas’ assault on “sanctuary cities.” The Republican-backed measure requires local police to enforce federal immigration law, cooperate with federal immigration officials, and detain individuals suspected of being undocumented. Show More Summary
Campaign Action Fox News is reporting that “senior administration officials” have said Donald Trump “intents to end” the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program as soon as Friday, but as the National Immigration Law Center noted, “t his is a speculative, thinly sourced report. Show More Summary
The Post reports: A federal judge in Texas has temporarily blocked parts of a severe state immigration law that was supposed to take effect Friday and would have outlawed sanctuary cities and penalized local officials who do not cooperate with federal deportation efforts.... In a 94-page decision, Garcia wrote that parts of […]
Ellen P. Aprill (Loyola-L.A.), Religious Organizations, Refuge for Undocumented Immigrants, and Tax Exemption: The Trump Administration plans for aggressive enforcement of immigration laws have caused many houses of worship and other religious organizations to consider whether their beliefs call upon them to grant refuge or so-called sanctuary to undocumented immigrants....
This is a ridiculous show of liberal disregard for law and order. The post The City of Denver Gives a Big Middle Finger to ICE and Immigration Laws appeared first on RedState.