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Ark. Restaurant Owner Sentenced for Concealing Illegal Immigrants

Sen Chen, 46, of Mountain Home, Ark., was sentenced Wednesday to five years probation, including six months of home detention, a $5000 fine, and $100 special assessment, after pleading guilty to harboring and concealing illegal aliens, continue reading »

Kidnapped Migrants from Central America Rescued by Mexican Navy, Local Police Implicated

Ten kidnapped immigrants, enroute to the U.S.. were rescued from a house in Tamaulipas where they were being held for ransom. The kidnapped individuals were mostly from Central and South America with four coming from Colombia. continue reading »

BREAKING NEWS:  White House Considering Immigration Reform during Lame-Duck Session of Congress

Politico is reporting New Jersey Democratic Senator Bob Menendez plans to meet with President Obama this week to discuss how to pass comprehensive immigration reform during the lame-duck session of Congress. continue reading »

Utah’s Catholic Church and Local Leaders Urge Humane Approach to Immigration Reform

Bishop John Wester of Salt Lake City joined other governnment, business, and religious leaders in signing the “Utah Compact” on immigration reform. continue reading »

UNICEF Warns of Dangers Facing Migrant Children from Latin America

A new United Nations study warns of the perils of abuse and exploitation that threaten migrant children from Latin America and calls for policies to protect their rights. continue reading »

19 Year-Old Honduran National Sentenced for Human Trafficking

A Honduran national was sentenced on Friday to 100 months in federal prison for attempting to kidnap illegal aliens. This investigation was conducted by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Office of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). continue reading »

19 Year-Old Honduran National Sentenced for Human Trafficking

A Honduran national was sentenced on Friday to 100 months in federal prison for attempting to kidnap illegal aliens. This investigation was conducted by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Office of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). continue reading »

U.S.-Mexico Border Tunnel Reveals Largest Pot Seizure in California’s History

U.S Drug agents and border patrol stumbled upon an underground tunnel connecting warehouses in San Diego, California and Mexico and confiscated 20 tons of marijuana making this the largest pot seizure in California history and the second largest in U.S. history. continue reading »

U.S. versus Arizona Who Is Winning?

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals was center stage for the U.S. vs Arizona battle over the state’s controversial immigration bill SB 1070. continue reading »

In Spite of Pending Court Case Most Arizona Voters Continue to Support SB1070

Arizona voters are still bullish about the state’s new immigration law despite the U.S. Justice Department’s ongoing legal challenge. Sixty-one percent (61%) of the state’s voters still favor the new law, while 34% are opposed to it. continue reading »

Most Voters Feel U.S. Government Encourages Illegal Immigration

Voters feel more strongly than ever that the federal government is encouraging illegal immigration and that states like Arizona have the answer to the problem. continue reading »

This Year 23,384 Mexican Citizens Volunarily Return Home with U.S. Help

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced Thursday that 23,384 Mexican citizens agreed to voluntarily return to their hometowns in the interior of Mexico by participating in the Mexican Interior Repatriation Program (MIRP). continue reading »

“U.S. Agents are Shooting Mexican Migrants” Asserts Mexican Felipe Calderon

Mexican President Felipe Calderon and El Salvador President Mauricio Funes met to discuss the problem of migrant safety after the massacre of 72 mostly Central Americans migrants at the hands of Mexican drug cartels. continue reading »

Salvadoran President Announces 3rd Migrant Survived Mexican Massacre

Salvadoran President Mauricio Funes announced yesterday that a third man survived August’s massacre of 72 migrants in a ranch in Tamaulipas, Mexico. Mexico has confirmed that 77 migrants from Central and South American were kidnapped and held at the ranch either for ransom or to force them to work for drug cartels. Authorities believe the violent Zetas drug cartel kidnapped the individuals as they were heading toward the U.S. continue reading »

Border-Wide Drone Aircraft Set to Deploy Providing Surveillance to Entire Southwest Region

U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano announced today that Predator Unmanned Aerial System flights, also known as drones, will begin out of Corpus Christi, Texas, beginning on Wednesday, Sept.1. With the deployment of drones in Texas, DHS unmanned aerial capabilities will now cover the Southwest Border—from the El Centro Sector in California continue reading »