Joe Biden says his immigration policy will focus on the “family unification” of foreigners’ families, and that migrants will only be deported if they commit felonies while in the United States.
DHS looking to block major drug-smuggling corridors
A bipartisan coalition of United States Senators is asking Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Chad Wolf not to follow the path of former Secretaries Kirstjen Nielsen and Kevin McAleenan by allowing businesses to import more low-skilled foreign workers.
Hans von Spakovsky, an expert in election law, said the Justice Department should sue states illegally registering non-citizens to vote.
President Donald Trump is preparing a pushback against the states — including New York — which are giving drivers’ licenses to many hundreds of thousands of unidentifiable illegal migrants.
New law prevents DMV from sharing key data with ICE
Agency forced to reverse course after backlash
A skewed news report triggered many progressive politicians, activists, and journalists to declare outrage towards the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) deportation of more than 200 Indian students — even though the ICE operation was launched under former President Barack Obama to block commonplace fraud against U.S. college graduates.
Ken Cuccinelli, the deputy leader at the Department of Homeland Security, has described the Thanksgiving Eve barroom tirade by Martin O’Malley, the former Democrat governor of Maryland.
A number of foreign nationals, oftentimes with criminal records, are going rogue after being brought to the United States by the Department of Justice (DOJ) to work as informants, a federal report reveals.
The sanctuary county of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina is on pace to likely free 1,000 criminal illegal aliens back into the United States after terminating all cooperation with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.
‘Green Light Law’ empowers illegal aliens, hinders immigration enforcement
A University of Georgia professor who is under investigation by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has resigned. A university spokesperson added that the professor has also been banned from campus.
DHS rolling out new migrant protocols at border hotspots
Roughly 80,000 DACA migrants, or one-in-ten, have a criminal record, says an updated report from the Department of Homeland Security.
Republican leaders on the House Homeland Security Committee are opposing new proposals that would allow the federal government to shoot down rogue unmanned drones that fly near American airports.
Reps. Mike Rogers (R., Ala.) and Sam Graves (R., Mo.) petitioned the Department of Homeland Security on Thursday to urge Trump administration officials to reconsider a plan to grant the Federal Air Marshal Service the power to shoot unmanned drones that enter the airspace near the nation’s airports.
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“The National Airspace System hosts over 44,000 flights carrying 2.7 million passengers each day, with many of our airports in or near densely populated communities,” the lawmakers said in a joint statement. “The only federal agency that fully understands the incredible complexity of this system, in its totality, is the Federal Aviation Administration.”
“Nobody wants drones to cause disruptions at our airports, but to hastily hand over authority to shoot down drones to an agency that doesn’t have the critical knowledge or experience of how our airspace system functions is irresponsible and dangerous,” the lawmakers said.
The lawmakers said that the DHS drone proposal goes too far in the power it would grant to federal authorities. While they support the ability of DHS to shoot down unmanned drones that fly into sensitive and highly secured government areas, they object to proposals that would extend this authority to areas around the nation’s airports.
“While we share the goal of ensuring that our nation’s airports are not disrupted by negligent or nefarious [drone] operations, DHS does not have the authority or the experience necessary to operate [counter-drone] equipment in the manner proposed,” the letter states. “If the administration believes that another federal agency needs additional authority to mitigate credible … threats near airports, we welcome any discussion along those lines in order to keep our national airspace systems safe and our homeland secure.”
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Incoming Acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Chad Wolf will hand over the issue of H-1B visas to another administration official due to his prior role as an outsourcing lobbyist, Breitbart News has learned.
Three million migrants flooded across the border from 2013 to 2018, including 416,133 people who claimed to need asylum in the United States, according to the Department of Homeland Security.
President Trump will name Chad Wolf, the former chief of staff to Kirstjen Nielsen, as acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary.
Republican Senators are looking to torpedo the possibility of President Trump nominating Ken Cuccinelli to lead the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), a report claims.