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Almost 80,000 illegal immigrants approved for DACA have arrest records

Tens of thousands of illegal aliens who have successfully been granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) had prior arrest records, according to data provided by the Trump administration and by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). DACA program is designed to prevent those who came to the United States illegally as minors from deportation. The nearly 80,000 individuals who ...

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Watch: President Trump Unveils Immigration Plan

President Donald Trump will announce on Thursday the details of his comprehensive immigration plan. The president will use a Rose Garden address to highlight the details of his plan which reportedly include modifications to the visa system so that more highly-skilled immigrants are let while limiting chain-migration. Administration officials said the plan will “cumulatively raise wages in the U.S.” and ...

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GOP Senators Meet At White House Before Release Of Immigration Plan

A group of Republican senators will meet at the White House on Tuesday to discuss the administration’s soon-to-be rolled out immigration reform plan. Republican Sens. Chuck Grassley of Iowa, Martha McSally of Arizona, David Perdue of Georgia, Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Mike Crapo of Idaho, and Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee are scheduled to hold talks Tuesday afternoon with President Donald ...

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McConnell Says It’s ‘Past Time’ To Reach Immigration Deal With Democrats

Mitch McConnell

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he’s prepared to sit down and work with Democrats on a bipartisan immigration compromise. “I think it’s way past time for us to have an adult bipartisan discussion about our immigration laws and see what we can agree to,” McConnell said to reporters Thursday, arguing that a solution can’t be reached without passing legislation. ...

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If the Border Crisis Continues, President Trump’s Accomplishments Won’t Have Lasting Value

Our country is facing the largest border surge in Border Patrol history. The border crisis has hit a significant breaking point. A record 4,117 migrants were apprehended this past Tuesday and a Mexican news outlet, Mexico News Daily, has reported that this latest group of migrants traveling to the US could have more than 20,000 people and is being referred ...

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White House: Dems not serious about DACA or homeland security

Chuck Schumer mad

The White House said Friday that Senate Democrats don’t really want to fix DACA, the immigration system or provide for national security. “Schumer Democrats in the Senate demonstrated again that they are not serious about DACA, they are not serious about immigration reform, and they are not serious about homeland security,” the White House said in a statement. “They filibustered ...

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Huge Majority Of Americans Liked What They Heard From Trump On Immigration Policy

Donald Trump joint session of Congress

  by Will Racke President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union speech was mostly well-received by the American public, and his remarks on immigration policy were no exception, according to a poll of people who watched the address. Outlining his policy vision for the upcoming year, Trump used inclusive rhetoric to defend a strongly nationalist immigration agenda. He offered ...

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White House releases graphic showing impacts of chain migration

Chain migration infographic

The White House released a statement and infographic that highlight the impact that chain migration has on the country. “Under our current Chain Migration system, newcomers are admitted to the United States based on family ties and distant relations, as opposed to a merit-based system that selects newcomers based on economic and national security criteria,” the White House said in ...

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Government Shutdown Imminent as 325 Million Americans Held Hostage by Advocates for 700,000 Illegal Aliens

Chuck Schumer mad

Immigration reform advocates are unhappy as Democrats hold up border security and defense funding until they get amnesty for a large group of illegal immigrants. “The American government is officially being held hostage by the leadership of the Democratic Party, which is demanding unconditional amnesty for at least 700,000, and perhaps as many as 3.4 million illegal aliens,” charged Dan Stein, ...

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Pay As You Go Amnesty

The current controversy involving granting amnesty to approximately 800,000 Delayed Accountability for Contemptuous Aliens (DACA) is nowhere near the end of demands to appease mass lawbreakers. The people who naïvely think that after the DACA surge is legalized the country can get back to normal are the real dreamers. Unchaining those demonstrators from the furniture in Congressional offices and TV studios ...

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Trump: Without the wall, there is no deal [video]

Trump wall required for DACA

President Donald Trump told reporters Thursday that building the wall would have to be included in any deal on DACA. “If there’s not a wall, were doing nothing.,” Trump said indicating that Democrats, if they want DACA enshrined into law, will need to agree to fund the border barrier. [email protected]: “We have to have the wall. If we don’t have ...

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U.S. needs immigration policy based on economics, not a sonnet

Liberals ignorantly cheered CNN’s Jim Acosta after he ineffectually used emotion, and a century old poem, to counter White House senior advisor Stephen Miller‘s defense of Trump’s common sense immigration reform initiative. Miller was trotted out to a White House Press Briefing Wednesday to talk about the RAISE Act, legislation that would bring the United States’ immigration policy more in line ...

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CNN’s Jim Acosta Steps In It

Sarah Sanders and Steven Miller RAISE Act

On Wednesday while attending a White House press briefing, CNN’s Jim Acosta was predictably bitching and moaning about the RAISE Act by which Trump intends to limit legal immigration into the U.S. Acosta stated that only immigrants from Australia or England would be allowed to immigrate under the new requirement of having to be able to speak English. Senior White ...

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