“(I came) to Arizona at the height of Sheriff Arpaio’s reign. SB 1070, the ‘Show Me Your Papers,’ law had just been passed, which was at the time the first and worst anti-immigrant state law in the nation. I saw firsthand what the ACLU could do. We beat Sheriff Arpaio.”
President Donald Trump said Thursday he would consider ordering a withdrawal of immigration enforcement agents from California, leaving the state’s pro-sanctuary officials to “figure it out for themselves.”
The House Government Operations Committee approved a bill Tuesday that imposes severe penalties for sharing Vermont’s voter checklist information with the federal government or other entities for cross-verification or voter registration purposes.
The Senate voted to begin debate Monday evening on President Donald Trump’s framework for immigration reform, which would grant amnesty to 1.8 million illegal immigrants in exchange for new priorities for legal immigration and more border security, including the president’s promised border wall.
The state of California sued the Department of Justice (DOJ) Wednesday to force the release of records relating to Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ order to withhold funding from so-called sanctuary states.
Welcoming tens of thousands of refugees from broken, war-torn countries each year comes at a substantial cost to American taxpayers, according to a new immigration report.
One of the more memorable lines from President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union speech was a simple defense of his nationalist-oriented approach to immigration policy. “Americans are dreamers, too,” Trump said. Many DACA recipients hated it.
More than 500 people who were removed from the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program for participating in criminal or gang activity are still at large in the U.S., according to a new report.
The Department of Justice announced Wednesday that it will subpoena up to 23 jurisdictions if they don’t offer proof they are complying with a key federal immigration law.
Sen. Rand Paul accused Democrats of willfully sabotaging the debate on immigration reform through racial attacks and an unwillingness to compromise, Monday on “Fox and Friends.”
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he would not sign an immigration bill without funding for a border wall — clarifying some doubt left over from a bipartisan meeting with members of Congress a day earlier about reaching a deal on the policy for the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals, or DACA.