President Donald Trump’s travel ban will expire on Sunday, and that could be the biggest news yet in the legal controversy surrounding his executive order on refugees and migrants.
Police raided the home of a Syrian refugee Sunday in connection to Friday’s bombing on a London subway train that injured dozens.
President Donald Trump said Friday chain migration should not be preserved in future immigration bills, suggesting that a deal to codify the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program would have to include more than unspecified border security measures.
“What I think you are going to see is with DACA being gone, it gets rid of the magnet of drawing people over here, thinking they are going to come in and get amnesty.”
President Donald Trump on Tuesday fulfilled a campaign pledge to end DACA’s amnesty for illegal immigrants, but politicians in Vermont rushed to defend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Monday that the Trump administration is ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, better known as DACA.
Close to 60 people from an al-Qaida-linked militia group in Syria entered Germany posing as refugees, German magazine Der Spiegel reported Saturday.
The Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday the contractors that will build prototypes for President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall, jump-starting a process that has run into numerous delays over the last four months.
The White House points to results, with illegal border crossings down by more than half since this time last year and the arrests of convicted criminal aliens up by about 20 percent during the same time period. ICE conducted about 40 percent more enforcement and removal operations.