The Biden administration aims to spend millions of dollars to cover the cost of lawyers for migrants who have illegally entered the country, a prospect that has infuriated immigration restrictionists.
Gov. Greg Abbott claims the Biden administration has caused a ‘constitutional crisis’ after the U.S. Justice Department sued Texas to prevent troopers from stopping cars carrying migrants.
Turns out not building a wall is almost as costly as building one. President Joe Biden is spending at least $3 million a day on contractors “to watch steel rust in the desert,” Senate Republicans have found — as he tries to put a stop to former President Trump’s planned wall along the US-Mexico border, despite the ongoing crisis there.
A group of House Republicans is asking President Joe Biden to reject Senate Democrats’ plan to include amnesty for illegal aliens in a federal budget, saying the measure is nothing more than an effort to expand the Democrat Party’s voter base.
Texas authorities announced on Thursday that state law enforcement has begun the process of arresting and jailing illegal aliens who cross the border on state trespassing charges, in a new effort to crack down on illegal immigration where the federal government is failing to do so, ABC News reports.
Arizona Sen. Wendy Rogers recently caused an uproar in establishment media when she quoted an article about the surging rate of illegal immigration under Joe Biden and declared, “We are being replaced and invaded.” Instead of backing down, Rogers released a second statement doubling down and declaring that she “will not back down from this statement.”
A federal judge in Texas on Friday invalidated an Obama-era initiative that provided deportation protections and work permits to some young immigrants, a ruling that places the program in jeopardy.
Recently updated data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection showed border apprehensions have surpassed one million for the 2021 fiscal year, for the first time since 2006. The number of apprehensions at our border will almost certainly surpass the 2006 totals, however, with our current fiscal year not ending until September 30, 2021.
More than 1 million illegal crossings of the US-Mexico border will have been attempted over the first seven months of 2021, preliminary data indicates — defying expectations that the illegal immigration crisis would ease as temperatures climbed.
Panama and neighboring Costa Rica have implemented a joint policy, known as “controlled flow,” to secure safe passage to many migrants illegally traveling through their territories on their way to the United States. Instead of detaining the illegal migrants and sending them back to their home country, the governments of Panama and Costa Rica essentially serve as coyotes, providing transportation through their territory and getting them closer to the U.S.