illegal immigration


US, Canada end loophole that let asylum-seekers cross border – Associated Press

Photo: Asylum seekers cross the border at Roxham Road from New York into Canada on Friday, March 24, 2023 in Champlain, N.Y. U.S. President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday announced a plan to close a loophole to an immigration agreement that has allowed thousands of asylum-seeking immigrants to move between


Opinion: Mexico vs. the United States – Gregory Hood

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards — colonialism. We often hear that problems of immigration, drug-smuggling,

Border crisis

Over 1.6 million border apprehensions, gotaways to date this fiscal year – The Center Square

Nearly 280,000 apprehensions, gotaways in February More than 1.6 million foreign nationals have been apprehended or reported evading law enforcement officers after illegally entering the U.S. in fiscal 2023 through February, according to Customs and Border Protection apprehension data and gotaway data obtained by The Center Square. When reporting February enforcement data, CBP stated nationwide


Texas Republicans propose state immigration police force – Associated Press

Republican lawmakers in Texas are proposing legislation that would make it a state felony to cross the border from Mexico illegally and create a new border police force that could deputize private citizens, the latest in the state’s continued push to test the limits of the federal government’s authority over immigration. Civil rights organizations, immigration


Judge orders halt to fast releases at US border with Mexico – Associated Press

A federal judge Wednesday ordered the Biden administration to end the expedited releases of migrants who enter the United States illegally from Mexico, potentially straining already stretched holding facilities. The order won’t take effect for a week to give the government time to appeal. The Homeland Security and Justice departments had no immediate comment. In


Pinal, Yuma officials tell House migration surge is overwhelming them – Cronkite News

Photo: Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb and Yuma Regional Medical Center President and CEO Robert Trenschel, center, testified at a House Homeland Security Committee hearing to the impact surging immigration has on their communities. (Photo by Alexis Waiss/Cronkite News) Arizona officials told a House committee Tuesday that local law enforcement and health care workers are ill-equipped

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