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House Considers Important Immigration Legislation, H.R.2431, Davis-Oliver Act

The centerpiece of President Trump’s successful campaign for the Presidency was the need to secure America’s borders and effectively and fairly enforce our immigration laws from within the interior of the United States.

That message certainly resonated with many American voters.

Annually, failures of the immigration system cost American lives. Many more are assaulted and seriously injured.

Deported Multiple Times, Criminal Alien Re-enters Sanctuary City, Commits Hit-and-Run, Other Related Crimes

On May 7, a Mexican citizen illegally in the United States, deported at least 15 times since 2002, and with prior arrests for domestic violence, perpetrated a DUI, hit-and-run crash near San Diego.

New York Mayor de Blasio Defiantly Vows to Shred Aliens’ ID Documents; Court Okays the Lawbreaking

In a decision that received scant attention outside the greater New York metropolitan area, Staten Island Supreme Court Judge Phil Minardo ruled that city officials can legally destroy personal information – name, age, date of birth – submitted by illegal aliens to acquire an IDNYC card.

Crude, Insensitive Pro-Immigration Lobbyist Calls VOICE ‘Disgusting and Dangerous’

While President Donald Trump’s base evaluates his immigration accomplishments and his failures during his first 100 days, one victory is clear cut. When the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE) office announced its opening in late April, it fulfilled one of President Trump’s most frequently made campaign promises.

Trump Administration’s Office to Assist Victims of Criminal Aliens, Prioritizes Innocent Lives

On April 26, 2017, ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) posted a news release, “DHS announces launch of new office for victims of illegal immigrant crime - Office built with input from victims impacted by crime,” that is illustrative of President Trump’s pro-American mindset and commitment to keeping his immigration campaign promises.

California Assemblyman’s Valiant Anti-Sanctuary Bill Fails

In a bold, trend-defying but mostly symbolic move, California Assemblyman Travis Allen, a Huntington Beach Republican, introduced a bill to counter SB 54, the legislation that would officially make the state an illegal alien sanctuary. The Public Safety Committee instantly defeated Allen’s AB 1252 along party lines.

DREAMer Wants More Immigration, Denies Committing Felony Identity Theft

Fox News host Tucker Carlson posted this query to former Wall Street executive Jullisa Arce: “How many immigrants should we bring in a year? That’s a real question.” She replied that the 85,000 H-1B visa cap should “at least be doubled, to meet the needs of our country…” and that comprehensive immigration reform proposals must include citizenship for illegal immigrants. Arce’s answer isn’t surprising. Wall Street supports more immigration and Arce came to the United States illegally with her parents at age 11.

Partners in Crime: Mayors of Sanctuary Cities, Human Traffickers and Other Criminals

Advocates for immigration anarchy known as “Sanctuary Cities” threaten national security and public safety in numerous ways. In point of fact, those municipalities should be referred to as “Magnet Cities” because they attract aliens who are criminals or terrorists or fugitives from justice in countries from around the world.

Post-CBS H-1B Whitewashing, another Fraud Indictment

CBS recently aired a “60 Minutes” H-1B visa segment that only hinted at this visa’s multiple inherent flaws. Since Congress created the H-1B as part of the Immigration Act of 1990, fraud in the non-immigrant, employment-based visa has been rampant.

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Trump Announces VOICE, a New DHS Office for American Victims of Illegal Immigrant Crime

One of the most compelling moments during President Trump’s address to a joint session of Congress came when he announced that the Department of Homeland Security would form a new national office to assist the American victims of immigrant crime.

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