Unauthorized border crossings decreased 40 percent after President Donald Trump’s first month in office, the US Customs and Border Protection reports. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly credited enforcement and Trump’s tough talk.
Critics of the border wall proposed by President Trump have said the cost is prohibitive under current budget and economic conditions, that no way is Mexico going to pay for it, and shifting funds away from the TSA, Coast Guard, and FEMA are counterproductive in terms of national security.
Just a day after Canadian Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale gave a thumbs-up to border security “enforcing the law,” the president of the union representing border officers said the border is like “Swiss cheese” and that the federal government is misrepresenting the numbers of illegals getting through.
Hungary has started building a high-tech second fence on the border with Serbia complete with night cameras and heat and movement sensors to keep out illegal immigrations, that country’s government has announced...
The detention of an illegal immigrant [illegal alien] sparked a protest Wednesday outside a U.S. Immigration and Customs office in Phoenix that resulted in seven arrests as crowds blocked ICE buses on nearby streets....
Amid the escalating national clash over immigration, new cases have emerged in federal court in South Florida showing how five undocumented immigrants from Mexico and Guatemala, all with criminal records, had been previously deported and returned undetected across the southwest border.
MCALLEN, Texas — A recent border shooting where cartel smugglers fired at U.S. Border Patrol agents points to a disturbing trend as organized crime members appear to be getting more aggressive against law enforcement.
Top Mexican officials are expected to arrive in Washington for talks with senior officials in the Trump administration Wednesday -- the same day the White House is announcing plans for building a wall on the border -- hoping to turn the page after a period of tense relations ...
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