The Border Patrol is, after all, just about the only immigration agency that copes with what might be called "outdoor technology" — the others deal with computers, the internet, and other indoor devices.
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It's being reported that Luis Rodrigo Perez, an illegal alien from Mexico previously arrested in a New Jersey sanctuary county for domestic violence — and later released despite a detainer filed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents — has now been arrested for a triple murder in Missouri (see here and here).
A court case alleging ethnic discrimination by the Indian outsourcing giant Tata Consulting Services Ltd, the nation's second largest user of H-1B workers, shows that such discrimination is not only illegal, it can be harmful to the bottom line of the discriminator.
When a major newspaper publishes an opinion piece from an ostensibly authoritative source who reduces a fraught policy issue to tendentious shambles, that paper does a disservice to its readers and to the policy debate. The hatchet job recently published by the Washington Post regarding the most prominent immigration restrictionist organizations should not have passed editorial muster.
On November 9, 2018, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) adopted an interim final rule that bars aliens from receiving asylum if they are subject to a presidential proclamation suspending or limiting entry into the United States across the Mexican border.
Now that the Ninth Circuit has finally issued its decision, the path would appear to be clear for the Supreme Court to hear the case. It is time for the Supreme Court to act on this issue, once and for all.
With the likely House Judiciary Committee chair's immigration-reduction grade falling from an A to an F-, and the likely Senate chair's dropping from an A to a D+, the struggle for immigration reform will become much more difficult.