illegal alien


Trump Admin Announces Rollback Of DACA Program

  Trump Administration Announces Rollback Of DACA Program Alex Pfeiffer White House Correspondent President Donald Trump followed through on a campaign promise Tuesday to end an amnesty program for hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants, albeit in a way that allows beneficiaries to continue using the program for a period and gives Congress a chance to pass a legislative fix. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was started by President Barack Obama in 2012 to protect illegal immigrants that arrived as minors. It protects roughly 800,000 illegal immigrants,Read More

DHS: 22 Percent Of Federal Prisoners Are Immigrants

  DHS: Almost A Quarter Of Federal Prisoners Are Immigrants Will Racke The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released its latest report on incarcerated aliens Tuesday, showing nearly a quarter of all federal prisoners are immigrants. Of the 187,855 inmates in Bureau of Prisons’ (BOP) custody, 42,034 — or 22 percent — are foreign-born aliens, according to DHS figures. The foreign-born share of the overall U.S. population is estimated at 13.5 percent. About 45 percent of the incarcerated aliens have been issued final orders of removal, and 3 percent haveRead More

Police: Illegal Alien Repeatedly Raped 12-Year-Old Girl

  Illegal Immigrant Repeatedly Raped 12-Year-Old Girl, Police Say Justin Caruso Contributor An illegal immigrant has been arrested in Geneseo, New York for allegedly raping a 12-year-old girl, according to local news reports. Fernando Alvarado-Perez, a 37-year-old male, allegedly had sex with the girl multiple times while she was between 12- and 13-years-old, Livingston County News reports. Alvarado-Perez told officers that he came to the United States illegally about 10 years ago. The Department of Homeland Security has reportedly issued an immigration detainer on Alvarado-Perez. He is being charged with,Read More

ICE Director: Hundreds Of Immigration Agents Will Deploy To Sanctuary Cities

  ICE Director: Hundreds Of Immigration Agents Will Deploy To Sanctuary Cities Will Racke The head of the U.S. government’s lead immigration enforcement agency said Tuesday that he will send a wave of agents to arrest criminal aliens residing in sanctuary cities, focusing attention on interior operations as illegal crossings at the southern border continue falling. Thomas Homan, the acting director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), told the Washington Examiner that the Trump administration has empowered law enforcement to strictly enforce immigration laws, a welcome change from previous administrationsRead More

San Francisco To Pay Illegal Alien $190K To Settle Sanctuary City Lawsuit

  San Francisco To Pay Illegal $190K Because He Was Reported, Detained David Krayden Sanctuary cities may also be settlement cities for illegals. To settle a lawsuit, San Franciso is set to pay $190,000 to an illegal immigrant who says his “undocumented” status was reported to ICE officers — contrary to the protection that sanctuary cities offer to illegals. CBS affiliate KPIX 5 reports that the settlement is pending but is expected to be officially announced in the near future. The city is just fine with that. According to JohnRead More

ICE Director: No Illegal Immigrant Should ‘Be Comfortable’ In The US

  ICE Director: No Illegal Immigrant Should ‘Be Comfortable’ Alex Pfeiffer White House Correspondent WASHINGTON — Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Thomas Homan said at a White House press briefing Wednesday that no illegal immigrant should “be comfortable” in the U.S. Homan was at the briefing with U.S. Attorney John Huber to support two anti-illegal immigration bills that Congress is set to vote on. One of the bills will not allow jurisdictions that refuse to comply with immigration detainers to receive grants from the Department of Homeland Security and theRead More

Drunk Driver Previously Deported 15 Times Faces Hit-and-Run Charges in Accident Severely Injuring 6-Year-Old Boy

Drunk Driver Who Hit Family Returning From Disneyland Has Been Deported 15 Times Derek Hunter Contributor Mexican national Constantino Banda-Acosta is facing drunk driving, hit-and-run and driving without a license charges over a car accident that severely injured a 6-year-old boy in a suburb of San Diego, California. He is also in trouble with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), once again. According to ICE, Banda-Acosta had been deported 15 times in recent years. The accident left 6-year-old Lennox Lake with severe head injuries, as his family was returning home SaturdayRead More

Leadership Award Winning Illegal Immigrant Student: ‘Celebrate Cinco De Mayo… By ‘Beating The S*** Out Of White People’

Two Days After Winning Leadership Award, Illegal Immigrant Student Suggests Celebrating Cinco De Mayo By ‘Beating The S*** Out Of White People’ Rob Shimshock Education Reporter An illegal immigrant student at the University of California, Berkeley, suggested “beating the shit out of white people” Thursday. Juan Prieto, an English student at UC Berkeley, made the remark on Twitter two days after receiving Berkeley’s Robert J. and Mary Catherine Birgeneau Recognition Award for Service to Undocumented Students. “Let’s celebrate 5 de Mayo by going to Dolores Park and beating the shitRead More

Great Idea: Ted Cruz wants $14 billion seized from El Chapo to pay for border wall

Cruz To Introduce Bill That Would Make Mexicans Pay For The Wall Alex Pfeiffer Reporter Republican Sen. Ted Cruz wants to make Mexicans pay for the wall — at least some of them, that is. The El Chapo Act was introduced by Cruz Tuesday, according to Axios, and it would use seized assets from drug lords such as Mexican Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman to pay for the wall on the southwestern border. Federal prosecutors are trying to seize $14 billion in assets from El Chapo, and the border wall hasRead More

Obama Appointee Sides With Illegal Aliens, Blocking Part Of Trump’s Executive Order On Sanctuary Cities

Obama Appointee Blocks Part Of Trump’s Executive Order On Sanctuary Cities by Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent A federal judge temporarily blocked a key portion of an immigration-related executive order Donald Trump signed in January that would allow the federal government to withhold funding from sanctuary cities. U.S. District Court Judge William Orrick issued a nationwide preliminary injunction Tuesday that prevents the government from enforcing the part of order where it says the policy of the executive branch is to “ensure that jurisdictions that fail to comply with applicable federalRead More