Why the much-hyped deal between the United States and Mexico to avoid tariffs and crack down on Central American migrants is mostly window-dressing.
The latest arrest numbers don’t tell the whole story. As the crisis deepens, the U.S.-Mexico border is becoming increasingly volatile and dangerous.
Arrests in May increased by nearly a third from April. At this rate, illegal immigration levels will reach highs we haven’t seen since 2006.
Like many people, I used to think President Trump was exaggerating the situation at the southern border. Then I learned my application for asylum was being delayed to preference people deliberately breaking U.S. laws.
It’s time to acknowledge that the current family reunion system is broken. So a good question for Democrats is: Why would they reject changes to this system?
Shifting immigration away from family reunification and toward skills-based employment is something the United States should have done long ago.
A new poll finds the movement to “Abolish ICE,” which 2020 Democratic candidates hyped last year, is only backed by a quarter of Democrats.
Liberals who think border enforcement is inhumane need to examine the ways mass border trespassing and open borders create misery.
The pithy New York Times columnist traveled to the border, looked at the fence, and realized something wasn’t quite right.
A new report estimates cartels and smuggling networks are making billions off of Central Americans who are fleeing their countries in droves thanks to America’s messed-up immigration laws.
Trump’s law-and-order supporters seemed stunned. His critics suspected a vengeful trap. Few saw it as what could become the most magnanimous gesture of his presidency.
In March, federal authorities apprehended or turned back more than 103,000 noncitizens, more than half of them families claiming asylum. Most of them are not eligible for asylum, but it gets them into the U.S.
Francis’s statement disregards not only the sovereignty of the American nation-state, but also ignorance of how generous America has been to the poor and vulnerable of the world.
Whatever their reasons for leaving, a wall or a physical barrier will do nothing to stop immigrants from crossing the border.
It’s not as simple as ‘open borders’ versus ‘build the wall.’ We need to preserve rule of law while letting hard-working immigrants contribute to our economy.
Today states that withdraw find resettlement continues without any oversight from state authorities yet with states continuing to be forced to pay.
The mainstream media doesn’t want to admit there’s a crisis at the border, so it’s portraying the players in the crisis in the best possible light.
After promising again and again to stop illegal immigration, cartel violence, and the drug epidemic, members of Congress are complaining that Donald Trump is now taking action.
Federal officials say they have released more than 107,000 migrant families and children into the United States since December 21, and that arrests of people illegally present in the country are falling as resources are diverted to the border.
When it comes to immigration reform, conservatives tend to put far too much faith in the federal government and central planning.
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