4,000 Somali Migrants In America Now Receiving Bad News From U.S. Immigration Agents
CA chief justice accuses immigration agents of “stalking” illegals
California’s chief justice accused federal immigration agents of “stalking” illegal immigrants at the state’s courthouses, drawing a fierce rebuke this week from Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly, who said a top judge should know better than to throw around such a loaded term.
Mayors across the country say they’ll fight back against Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s threats that sanctuary cities will lose federal funding unless the cities require local police cooperate with federal immigration agents carrying out Trump’s mass deportation plans. On Monday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered all cities to comply or risk losing billions of dollars in grants to law enforcement agencies. Attorney General Jeff Sessions: "Today, I am urging states and local juri...
People Don't Want to Come to Trump's America: The 'Trump Slump' in Travel Is Costing America Billions --- This is where all that nationalist nuttery gets you.
Are immigration agents targeting undocumented organizers for their political work? That is the question many are asking after three prominent immigrant rights activists in Vermont were jailed by ICE in what local organizers are calling a clear case of political retaliation. We speak with Enrique Balcazar and Zully Palacios, who were freed Monday after spending 11 days in jail. Both are leaders of the group Migrant Justice. They were arrested by undercover ICE agents in Burlington, Vermont…
DHS: Immigration agents may arrest crime victims, witnesses at courthouses
DHS: Immigration agents may arrest crime victims, witnesses at courthouses - The Washington Post. Courts protest Sessions' actions; immigrants will be even more likely to be afraid to report crimes or witness to them.
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The California Senate has passed the so-called sanctuary state bill, which would limit police statewide from cooperating with federal immigration agents in carrying out President Trump’s promised mass deportations. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has vowed to withhold federal law enforcement grants to so-called sanctuary cities. The bill, SB 54, now heads to the California State Assembly. Click here to see our full interview with the bill’s author, California Senate President Pro Tem Kevin…