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Mexico Deports Over 2,000 Caravan Migrants Back To Honduras

The Mexican government announced it has so far deported more than 2,000 members of the latest migrant caravan, demonstrating the immensity of the country’s newfound enforcement of illegal immigration. Mexico deported roughly 2,303 Honduran migrants between January 18 and 27, the National Migration Institute — the department in Mexico that manages immigration — reported on Monday. The Center for Immigration Studies, ...

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President Trump To Crack Down On ‘Birth Tourism’: Report

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The Trump administration is reportedly preparing to crack down on foreign nationals who visit the United States with the explicit intention to give birth, taking advantage of the country’s birthright citizen laws. President Donald Trump is expected to roll out changes to visa requirements in the coming days in order to stifle the “birth tourism” industry, in which many pregnant ...

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‘Using Every Tool Available’: ICE Subpoenas Sanctuary City For Information On Wanted Illegal Aliens

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) subpoenaed Denver authorities for information on four illegal aliens who were previously arrested by the city for various violent crimes.  The agency says it’s being forced to ratchet up its approach with “sanctuary” jurisdictions that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities, leading to the subpoenas against the Denver government.  The four illegal aliens in question ...

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Suspected Neo-Nazi Arrested For Threatening Violence At Gun Rally Was Illegal Immigrant From Canada

One man the FBI arrested for his alleged involvement in a white supremacist hate group is a Canadian national living illegally in the U.S. Authorities took three men — who are suspected of belonging to a neo-Nazi organization known as The Base — into custody Thursday morning, The New York Times reported. The men reportedly had weapons in their possession ...

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Another Caravan Is Headed For The US Border, But DHS Says It’s Ready

Hundreds of Central Americans are headed toward the United States, but the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) says the border programs it has put in place, along with international cooperation, will keep the migrants at bay. A caravan of hundreds of migrants formed near San Pedro Sula, Honduras on Wednesday and began traveling toward the Guatemalan border, the first international ...

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Clinton-Appointed Judge Blocks Trump’s Executive Order On Refugee Resettlement

A federal judge in Maryland ruled on Wednesday to stop President Donald Trump’s executive order allowing states and localities to choose whether they wish to accept refugees. Peter Messitte, a judge on the Maryland District Court, issued a temporary injunction against the Trump administration’s order giving states and counties the option to decline refugees on an annual basis. In his ...

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‘President Has Taken Them To School’: Former ICE Chief Says Why Immigration Wasn’t A Subject In Democratic Debate

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Former Acting Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Tom Homan guessed as to why the topic of immigration was not brought up during the Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate. None of the six candidates on stage were asked or spoke about immigration throughout the two-hour debate in Iowa — despite it being one of the most prioritized issues within the ...

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Still at it: House Democrats Launch Investigation Into Trump’s ‘Remain In Mexico’ Program

Democrats on the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigrant and Citizenship announced on Tuesday an investigation into the Trump administration’s Migrant Protection Protocols program.  Migrant Protection Protocols, or “Remain in Mexico,” calls on asylum seekers who reach the southern border to wait in Mexico for the duration of their court proceedings, which helps manage the immigration crisis. The program, while it’s ...

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‘Time For Other States To Step Up’: Texas AG Explains Why The State Isn’t Accepting Refugees

Ken Paxton, the Republican attorney general of Texas, adamantly defended his governor’s decision to not accept refugees this year, noting that Texas has done more for refugees than any other state. Paxton, who has served as the top lawyer for Texas since 2015, appeared on Fox News to discuss Texas GOP Gov. Greg Abbot’s decision to not accept refugees, becoming ...

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