US Supreme Court

U.S. Supreme Court Dismisses Feds' Appeal to Stop the Reimplementation of MPP

Yesterday, the United States Supreme Court ordered the Biden Administration to reinstate the Migrant Protection Protocols (aka Remain in Mexico), an effective asylum policy first implemented under the Trump Administration to deal with the 2019 border surge. . . .

SCOTUS Unanimously Rules Against Illegal Aliens Seeking to Permanently Stay in U.S.

The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) on Monday held that illegal aliens who were subsequently given Temporary Protected Status (TPS) are not eligible for green cards to permanently remain in the U.S. . . .

In 9-0 Supreme Court Decision – SCOTUS Rules Against 9th Circuit, Blocks Asylum To Denied Border Crossers

The court has made critical rulings that have upheld Americans’ rights, while checking the left’s out-of-control agenda.

We recently discussed their ruling denying a man’s demands to reenter the country. Now, the entire court once again denied Democrats their immigration wishes. . .

Victory! Supreme Court Limits Deportation Challenges

WASHINGTON—Today the Supreme Court, in a unanimous ruling, refused to allow criminal aliens to stay in the United States following their unlawful reentry after their prior deportation for criminal conduct, reversing a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision that had allowed such aliens to stay if the crime they were originally deported for was no longer, according to intervening court decisions, an “aggravated felony.”.  .

Amy Coney-Barrett will defend America's Borders and Laws

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With the disgraceful spectacle of the Kavanaugh hearings still fresh in many people’s memories, America is about to witness another Supreme Court confirmation process, one that may make the last one look dignified by comparison. That would be a shame, because Judge Amy Coney Barrett is a sterling nominee who has shown a reverence for America’s laws and sovereignty.

In her Rose Garden introduction as the nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg . . .

 

DACA Can Be Ended With Swift DHS Action

Last month, the U.S. Supreme Court thwarted President Trump’s administration’s efforts to enforce the law and remove those that entered the country illegally, a crime per Title 8 U.S.C. § 1325, or overstayed their visas in its ruling in Department of Homeland Security, et al v. Regents of the University of California, et al. . . 

The Supreme Court Blocks Trump's Bid to Immediately End DACA

The Trump administration failed to follow the law when it tried to rescind DACA, then-President Barack Obama’s program that temporarily shielded young people who came to the United States illegally from being deported, the Supreme Court ruled. . .

Supreme Court Allows Remain in Mexico Policy to remain in place

The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy requiring asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their applications are processed in the U.S.

The court’s decision overturns a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals injunction against the policy covering the entire U.S.-Mexico border. Justice Sonia Sotomayor was the only judge who dissented. However, the ruling does not dispel other legal challenges currently brought against the policy in other courts. . .

Big! States can prosecute illegal aliens for identity theft

It’s hard to believe we needed a court case, that had to go to the Supreme Court, to allow state prosecution of illegal aliens who steal identities. But, we did.

The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that state governments can prosecute illegal aliens of identity theft, including aliens who use false Social Security numbers to unlawfully gain employment. . .

Liberty Headlines: Supreme Court OKs Denial of Green Cards for Those Likely to Need Gov’t Aid

(Liberty Headlines) The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the Trump administration to put in place a policy connecting the use of public benefits with whether immigrants could become permanent residents

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