AG Barr Rules That Illegal Aliens with Multiple DUIs Lack ‘Good Moral Character’ Needed to Stay Here

Article author: 
Nate Madden, Conservative Review
Article publisher: 
American Renaissance
Article date: 
3 November 2019
Article category: 
National News
Article Body: 
A recent immigration ruling from Attorney General William Barr takes aim at illegal alien drunk driving and how it is handled under federal immigration law.
According to the ruling, issued on Friday, multiple drunk driving convictions indicate that a removable alien lacks the “good moral character” needed get special permission to stay in the United States....
Drunk driving incidents involving illegal aliens are one of the high-profile public safety issues stemming from America’s illegal immigration crisis. In a single year of apprehensions in 2018, despite the agency’s very limited resources, Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 80,730 aliens with DUI charges and convictions.