Immigration Enforcement


House passes bill to allow some border and customs job applicants to skip polygraph test

JUNE 7 – The House voted 282 to 137 Wednesday in favor of a bill that would allow U.S. Customs and Border Protection to waive a mandatory lie-detector test for applicants from law enforcement or the military, raising alarms that the move will weaken standards at the agency. Read more >

Trump's Solar-Powered Border Wall Is More Than a Troll

On Tuesday afternoon, President Donald Trump shared a new idea with congressional Republicans: Read more >

Fear of Deportation Drives People Off Food Stamps in US

NEW YORK (AP) — A crackdown on illegal immigration under President Donald Trump has driven some poor people to take a drastic step: opt out of federa Read more >

Fire and ICE: The Return of Workplace Immigration Raids

At the end of February immigration agents descended on a handful of Japanese and Chinese restaurants in the suburbs of Jackson, Mississippi, and in nearby Meridian. Read more >

Hispanics ‘are going further into the shadows’ amid chilling immigration debate, police say

Police departments from California to New Jersey have reported a decrease in crime reporting in predominantly Hispanic neighborhoods, which some local law enforcement officials believe could be related to the nation’s impassioned immigration debate. Read more >

A Path to America, Marked by More and More Bodies

SAN MARCOS, TEX. Read more >

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