A Primer on Trump’s Executive Order and Local Law Enforcement’s Role

Last month, President Trump signed an executive order that will empower some Immigration and Customs Enforcement-trained local law enforcement officers to detain illegal immigrants that they encounter in the normal course of daily duties.

If your sword is too short, add to its length by taking one step forward... toward amnesty

Fernando Castillo-Solis, an illegal alien living in Georgia for more than ten years has a case before the Georgia Supreme Court that challenges a state law which requires driver's licenses. Castillo-Solis and his legal team contend that requiring driver's licenses discriminates against illegal aliens and encourages racial profiling.

ACLU: Stop the border enforcement talk on amnesty!

News flash for fact-sheltered Americans: The goal of the illegal alien lobby is open borders. And the American Civil Liberties Union offers positive proof.

The anti-enforcement lobby wants the American public to believe that if Congress repeated the one-time amnesty, as President Ronald Reagan promised it would be, the United States' illegal immigration problem would be solved forever.

A Broken Record Plays on; Less Enforcement Coming in 2013

President Obama’s relentless refusal to enforce federal immigration law and his failure to take even modest steps to reduce illegal immigration continue unabated.

Last summer, in an unprecedented measure, the White House advised the Department of Homeland Security to give administrative amnesty to thousands of what it deems to be low priority aliens.

The ongoing assault on 287(g)

In his persistence to further align himself with illegal immigration advocates, President Obama works to remove one of the most effective tools of immigration enforcement, 287(g).


An assault on 287(g)

According to ICE.gov, the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 added Section 287(g) which allows designated state officers and employees to perform immigration officer functions after entering into a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE).  The MOA defines the scope and limitations of the delegation of authority.  ICE supervises the designated officers when they exercise their immigration duties.