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  • How a Brand-New Executive Order Could Seat Judges Who Are Eager to Deport People

    07/12/2018 6:07:38 AM PDT · by 11th_VA · 18 replies
    Rewire.news ^ | July 11, 2018 | Lisa Needham
    The Trump administration on Tuesday issued an executive order on the seemingly mundane topic of administrative law judges (ALJs) and “competitive service selection.” ... ALJs provide judicial services in the administrative law setting. They oversee proceedings that range from informal hearings to full trials, but their jurisdiction is limited to the agency to which they’re attached...Currently, ALJs are selected via what is known as the competitive examination and service selection procedures. In a competitive hiring setting, applicants must prove they are the best candidate for the job, and the jobs are open to everyone who meets the minimum qualifications. There...
  • When people come into our Country illegally, we must IMMEDIATELY escort them back out .....

    06/30/2018 1:13:06 PM PDT · by SMGFan · 123 replies
    Real Donald Trump twitter ^ | June 30, 2018 | President Trump
    When people come into our Country illegally, we must IMMEDIATELY escort them back out without going through years of legal maneuvering. Our laws are the dumbest anywhere in the world. Republicans want Strong Borders and no Crime. Dems want Open Borders and are weak on Crime! 3:44 PM · Jun 30, 2018
  • Judge Andrew Napolitano: Can Immigrants Be Deported Without A Trial?

    06/28/2018 9:44:01 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 105 replies
    Townhall ^ | 06/28/2018 | Judge Andrew Napolitano
    Last weekend, President Donald Trump argued that those foreigners who enter the United States unlawfully should simply be taken to the border, escorted across it and let go. According to the president, this would save precious government resources, avoid the business of separating children from their parents and free up the Border Patrol and other federal assets to do their jobs. He is undoubtedly correct on the beneficial consequences to the government of forced deportation without due process. Yet deportation without a trial is profoundly unconstitutional. Here is the back story. The nation has been torn apart by the images...
  • (No) SURPRISE! Post-Executive Order, The Left Rages Against Family Togetherness At The Border

    06/22/2018 10:31:55 AM PDT · by sickoflibs · 8 replies
    RedState ^ | June 21, 2018 | Alex Parker
    Okay, this one’s a doozy. Over the last few weeks, here’s what has happened: A photograph went viral, spawning a great left-wing outcry over the fact that children were being put in cages (see the photo here). The Left’s immediate response was to: Blame Donald Trump — This was wrong, since the practices at the border are in response to law, not merely “policy.” The law in question began with the Clinton administration (its history is explained here). Ask how Trump could let something like that which was pictured actually happen — This was wrong, because the photo was from...
  • Austria to shut 7 mosques and could expel dozens of imams

    06/09/2018 11:41:05 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 20 replies
    Al Jazeera ^ | 06/09/2018
    Austria is closing seven mosques and could expel dozens of imams from the country, the government has announced. At a press conference on Friday, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said the government is shutting down a Turkish mosque and dissolving a group called the Arab Religious Community, which runs six mosques. The Austrian government's actions stem from a 2015 law, which bans foreign funding of religious groups and required Muslim societies to have "a positive fundamental view towards [Austria's] state and society". "Parallel societies, political Islam and tendencies toward radicalisation have no place in our country," Kurz said. Austria is home to...
  • Inside The Trial Of 3 Guatemalan Mothers Separated From Their Children

    06/08/2018 2:21:14 PM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 26 replies
    NPR ^ | June 7, 2018 | by John Burnett
    Three young Guatemalan women went on trial this week at the red-rock federal courthouse in Alpine, Texas. It's about 70 miles from the spot in the border town of Presidio where they waded across the Rio Grande three weeks ago, with their eight- and nine-year-old sons in tow. One of the women, Emilia Figueroa, testified during the trial that she believed if she brought her boy with her, the two of them would be released to live in the United States until their immigration court date. But, to their horror, the opposite occurred. Agents booked the Guatemalan mothers for unlawful...
  • No evidence prosecutions deter illegal border crossings, report says

    06/07/2018 12:32:31 PM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 22 replies
    NBC "News" ^ | June 7, 2018 | by Suzanne Gamboa
    The Trump administration has stepped up prosecutions of people who cross the southwestern border illegally, but a judicial reform group said there's no evidence that such prosecutions will deter illegal immigration. The Vera Institute of Justice, in a report issued Wednesday, said its analysis of a previous attempt to use prosecutions to stem immigration - known as Operation Streamline - shows that prosecutions and incarceration do not deter migration. Instead, the prosecutions clogged courts, shifted resources from more serious cases and robbed people of due process. Operation Streamline was implemented in 2005 under the George W. Bush administration and required...
  • Wife of Deported Illegal Immigrant Stuns CNN: Actually, I'm Not Mad at Trump for Doing His Job

    05/31/2018 8:16:16 AM PDT · by rktman · 19 replies
    townhall.com ^ | 5/31/2018 | Guy Benson
    Because I showcased some of the most ridiculous rhetoric and "outrage" surrounding the immigration issue earlier in the week, I figured I owe it to you to highlight this surprisingly rational and measured take from a fairly unlikely source. First, imagine watching your spouse get detained and deported by ICE agents after he or she had lived and raised a family in America for three decades, having otherwise being a law-abiding and productive member of society. Now imagine being invited to talk about that ordeal on CNN and saying...this (via the Free Beacon): "I am not upset at our government...
  • Mexico says it will help people who are deported, but they often are left to make it on their own

    05/23/2018 7:44:27 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 19 replies
    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ^ | May 23, 2018 | Valeria Fernández
    Halfway through the flight, the officers took off Omar Blas Olvera’s handcuffs. He asked why. They had entered Mexican territory, an immigration agent told him. It was July 26, 2017. After they landed in Mexico City, he looked out the window and saw the airport’s signs in Spanish. Just a few months earlier, Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto welcomed 135 deported men and women at Mexico City's airport. He touted Somos Mexicanos (We Are Mexican), a federal program to help repatriated nationals. “You’re not alone. Don’t feel abandoned. The doors to this house will always be open,” Mr. Peña Nieto...
  • Justice Dept. Restricts a Common Tactic of Immigration Judges

    05/18/2018 4:18:32 AM PDT · by reaganaut1 · 12 replies
    New York Times ^ | May 17, 2018 | Katie Benner
    Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a directive on Thursday that places limits on a tool commonly used by immigration judges and could put hundreds of thousands of deportation cases that are essentially closed back on federal court dockets. The move, issued in an interim decision, is unlikely to reopen all the cases. But Mr. Sessions said that immigration courts could not put such cases on indefinite hold by using a practice known as administrative closure, which temporarily removes a case from a judge’s calendar and delays a proceeding that could remove an immigrant from the country. Immigration judges “do not...
  • Migrant deportations often hit the wrong people, Merkel ally warns

    05/06/2018 7:49:04 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 14 replies
    TheLocal.de ^ | 4 May 2018 15:31 CEST+02:00
    After a large group of migrants aggressively tried to prevent the deportation of a Togolese man this week, right-wing politicians called for mass deportations. But a senior Christian Democrat (CDU) figure said on Friday that deportations can have a bad impact on families. “Deportations often hit the wrong people — families who have lived in Germany for an eternity and who are well integrated,” Daniel Günther, the Minister-President of Schleswig-Holstein told the Funke Media Group. Günther, who is a key figure in Angela Merkel’s CDU made the comments in reaction to calls for more deportations of migrants after ugly scenes...
  • Opinion: Deportation Is A Reproductive Rights Issue

    04/20/2018 9:10:27 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 38 replies
    The Huffington Post ^ | April 19, 2018 | by Holly Bland
    On Thursday afternoon, activist Alejandra Pablos - my friend - will stand up in court and wait for a judge to decide the fate of her freedom. Ale, as her friends call her, was taken into custody by ICE and has been detained for the last 42 days. Ale lost her green card and was put in line for deportation after a 2011 arrest and conviction on several charges including driving under the influence. She spent two years in Eloy Detention Center in Southern Arizona. This January, Ale, a dedicated reproductive justice and immigrant rights organizer, was leading chants at...
  • Supreme Court strikes down key deportation provision, with Gorsuch help

    04/17/2018 10:09:29 AM PDT · by Leaning Right · 47 replies
    Fox News ^ | April 17, 2018 | staff
    Justice Neil Gorsuch provided the decisive vote Tuesday in a Supreme Court ruling striking down a key provision that made it easier to deport immigrants convicted of violent crimes, in a blow to the Trump administration. President Trump's Supreme Court pick has largely sided with the conservative members of the bench since his appointment, but sided with the liberal wing on Tuesday. The court said the part of the law in question is too vague to be enforced.
  • ICE orders Gwinnett (GA) father with medically fragile daughter to leave country

    04/13/2018 7:57:52 AM PDT · by Dacula · 32 replies
    WSB TV ^ | Apr 12, 2018 | Tony Thomas
    GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - A Gwinnett County man released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody to help care for his medically-challenged child does not have the OK to stay. He's now being told to leave the country on his own or be picked up again. Channel 2’s Tony Thomas first brought the story to officials in March, which then the 44-year-old father was immediately released from ICE custody. The family thought he'd be able to stay and help care for his daughter, but now the family said they're being told he must leave by June 20. “If I decide I...
  • Houston woman with 5 kids fighting to stay afloat after husband's deportation

    04/13/2018 7:37:27 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 100 replies
    KTRK-TV ABC Local ^ | April 13, 2018
    Marcela Rivera told Eyewitness News she lives in constant fear. She's an undocumented mother of five American children whose husband, Carlos Gudiel, was just deported back to Guatemala on Wednesday. Eyewitness News obtained video of him in his home country as he was tearfully reunited with his mother. "My husband is not a criminal," Rivera said, in Spanish. Rivera said her husband did cross the border illegally twice but he doesn't have a criminal background. It may be hard for people to understand her situation, she said, but all they ever wanted was a better life. The Harris County GOP...
  • Most Wanted: Dickson man deported several times sought on federal charges

    04/10/2018 8:43:55 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 5 replies
    WKRN News 2 ^ | April 9, 2018 | By: Josh Breslow
    DICKSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) - Over the last 25 years, Hector Palma Zapien has been deported twice, but has returned to the United States illegally. The U.S. Marshals Service said Zapien was first charged with illegal entry into the country in 1995 and was deported. Six years later, in 2001, he was charged again for illegal re-entry and was removed from the country. Zapien faced the same charge of illegal re-entry in 2014. That time, federal investigators said he was also charged with being an illegal alien in possession of a firearm, conducting an unlicensed money transmitting business and currency...
  • Two Hoosier children caught in immigration dilemma after father deported, mother faces deportation

    04/10/2018 8:38:39 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 41 replies
    WRTV Indianapolis ^ | April 9, 2018 | by Rafael Sanchez
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Two Hoosier children are caught in the fight to remove people living illegally in Indiana and across the country. Their mother, Erika Fierro is a 2001 Beech Grove High School Graduate and is facing possible deportation. Their father, Jesus, was picked up for deportation last week while he was on his way to work. Jesus had entered the country illegally in 1988. Erika was also taken into custody but was later released. Now, she's forced to wear an electronic ankle bracelet. Erika and Jesus, have spent the past several years training prayer groups at parishes around Indianapolis -...
  • Family fears local father 'will die' if deported

    04/10/2018 8:32:12 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 40 replies
    WSB Atlanta ^ | April 9, 2018 | by Tony Thomas
    GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - A Metro Atlanta family says their loved one is in Immigration detention and will be deported this week. They say that's almost a certain death sentence for the 48-year-old, who suffers from severe heart problems. It appears to be a hard example of this country's toughening stance on immigration, and one family’s heartache. Records show Miguel Angel Fuentes-Villatoro was charged with driving without a license in 2015. He'd previously been caught trying to come over the border without papers. He’s had three surgeries on his heart and wears a pacemaker. His daughter says he has already...
  • Ann Arbor teen living with deported parents in Mexico faces dilemma

    04/09/2018 11:18:31 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 61 replies
    Michigan Live ^ | April 9, 2018 | By Ryan Stanton
    ANN ARBOR, MI - It's been eight months since Lourdes Salazar Bautista and her U.S.-citizen children boarded a plane to Mexico, leaving behind their home and lives in Ann Arbor. Fourteen-year-old Bryan and 16-year-old Lourdes, who goes by Lulu, were born here and never knew another home outside Ann Arbor until last August when their mother was deported, joining their father who was deported to Mexico several years earlier. They're now adjusting to a new life in Toluca, Mexico, where the governor of the state of Mexico helped the family buy a house last year. But Lulu misses her old...
  • DOJ: Caravan Border-Crossers Have 88% Chance of Evading Deportation by Claiming ‘Credible Fear’

    04/04/2018 10:51:53 AM PDT · by ethom · 46 replies
    Breirbqrt ^ | Apr 3 2018
    Border-crossers entering the United States illegally have an 88 percent chance of evading immediate deportation by claiming “credible fear” in their native country, the Department of Justice (DOJ) analysis reveals. The issue of the country’s loose asylum laws — where foreign nationals can claim that they are fearing for their lives in their native country and be released into the U.S. until their day in court — has sparked debate, as a caravan of 1,500 Central American asylum-seekers are headed for the southern border. In 88 percent of cases, foreign nationals seeking asylum in the U.S. evade immediate deportation after...