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Lawless Destruction of our Nation’s Immigration Limits and Controls Continues, Charges FAIR

“Today’s announcement is yet another example of the Biden administration usurping congressional authority through an expansive and illegal use of humanitarian parole. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has continually abused the limited discretion delegated by Congress in order to run his own mass immigration and refugee program. . . . Read more about Lawless Destruction of our Nation’s Immigration Limits and Controls Continues, Charges FAIR

Biden’s Deputies: 500,000 Migrants Per Month Expected at Border

Border chief Alejandro Mayorkas and his progressive deputies are warning Americans to expect a huge inflow of economic migrants if the Title 42 border barrier is dropped. . . . Read more about Biden’s Deputies: 500,000 Migrants Per Month Expected at Border

EXCLUSIVE: Syrian, Russian Migrants Apprehended at West Texas Border

EAGLE PASS, Texas — Border Patrol agents arrested two significant interest aliens at one of the busiest migrant crossing points on the southwest border Wednesday, along with hundreds of mostly Central and South American family units.

According to a source within Customs and Border Protection, the Syrian and Russian migrants are single adult males and their purpose for entering is still under investigation. The source says the Syrian adds to the nearly 50 special interest aliens apprehended in the area since October 2021. . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE: Syrian, Russian Migrants Apprehended at West Texas Border

Nefarious border goal: Motive behind 'whip hoax' suit

Haitian illegal immigrants involved in this fall's Border Patrol "whipping" hoax in Del Rio, Texas, are suing the Biden administration, with the help of anti-borders groups. If all goes according to plan, all three of these parties — the illegal immigrants, the administration and the anti-borders groups — will win. Read more about Nefarious border goal: Motive behind 'whip hoax' suit

United Nations Handing Out $800 Debit Cards To Migrants Headed Towards U.S. Border

Todd Bensman, a Fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies reports from a migrant camp, in Reynosa, Mexico, that representatives of International Organization for Migrations (IOM) an agency of the United Nations are distributing debit cards of $800 in value to each family of migrants headed towards the US border.

“The IOM workers said a migrant family of four gets about $800 a month,” says Bensman in a tweet with pictures from one of IOM’s distributing locations. “I watched long lines of migrants get their UN debit cards,” he continues. . . . Read more about United Nations Handing Out $800 Debit Cards To Migrants Headed Towards U.S. Border

CBP's November Border Apprehension Numbers Increase 140 Percent from Last Year

Preliminary U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data obtained by the Washington Post shows November was another busy month of Border Patrol as the large wave of people attempting to illegally enter the U.S. via the southern border continues unabated. . . . Read more about CBP's November Border Apprehension Numbers Increase 140 Percent from Last Year

DHS Eases Screening of Spouses and Children of Refugees to Save Time

Biden’s Department of Homeland Security has ditched another Trump-era security policy dedicated to screening new refugees who hope to move to the United States. The measure abandoned by the Biden Administration mandated interviews for spouses and children of refugees who want to immigrate to the U.S. . . . Read more about DHS Eases Screening of Spouses and Children of Refugees to Save Time

Leaked Reports: Few Border Patrol Agents on Patrol in Arizona

Yuma Sector staffing reports leaked to Townhall.com reveal most Border Patrol agents within the sector are performing duties related to processing, migrant transport, and providing humanitarian care versus performing enforcement patrols along the Mexican border. . . . Read more about Leaked Reports: Few Border Patrol Agents on Patrol in Arizona

Oregon lawmakers seek extra $18 million for refugee resettlement

As Oregon prepares to take in approximately 1,200 Afghan refugees in the next 12 months, state lawmakers are asking the Legislature’s emergency board for an additional $18 million to expand services and capacity. . . . Read more about Oregon lawmakers seek extra $18 million for refugee resettlement

EXCLUSIVE: Migrants from Uzbekistan, Eritrea Appear at Texas Border

EAGLE PASS, Texas — In separate events, local Border Patrol Agents and their Brackettville-stationed colleagues apprehended migrants from two counties designated by the Department of Homeland Security as “special interest.” The arrests triggered immediate reporting to DHS headquarters. According to a source within Customs and Border Protection, the incidents occurred on Monday and involved one group of 13 Eritreans and a separate family of three from Uzbekistan. . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE: Migrants from Uzbekistan, Eritrea Appear at Texas Border

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