Liberal think-tank claims comprehensive reform would provide $1.5 trillion boost to economy.
Silence has long shrouded the men and women who die in the nation’s immigration jails. For years, they went uncounted and unnamed in the public record. Even in 2008, when The New York Times obtained and published a federal government list of such deaths, few facts were available about who these people were and how they died.Keep Reading
Probe uncovers money laundering network in US, Mexico
Worksite Enforcement Strategy given to press before CongressKeep Reading
MPI analysts examine how CIR ASAP protects those applying to become legal US residentsKeep Reading
ICE outlines new procedures for aliens with “credible fear” of persecution or torture.
While not the preferred vehicle of the Obama administration, the bill opens debate on the shape of immigration reformKeep Reading
Hearing exposes continuing polarization Keep Reading
University of Denver report calls for revamp of immigration goalsKeep Reading
CBP, ICE report on border seizures cites national security dangers Keep Reading
Experts argue value of verification of legal status as requirement for participation in health care exchangeKeep Reading
Public favors both strict enforcement and path to citizenship
Mexican prosecutors, US CBP, ICE work together
The next big domestic issue likely to be tackled by the administration is immigration reform. In his weekly interview with Federal News Radio, Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg discusses this highly emotional issue and the challenges of finding a path to legality for those living illegally in the US.
New study finds current data on prevalence of crime in immigrant population ambiguous.
DHS needs master schedule for US-VISIT Exit, GAO saysKeep Reading
Marginal increases in capability may not justify costsKeep Reading
Secretary says Congress can and must act fast on immigration reformKeep Reading
Ex-chief of ICE calls for more flexiblity to enforce lawKeep Reading
Both DHS and Department of Treasury working to close illicit cash flow.