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Seven Arrested For Killing of 72 Migrants

Seven Arrested For Killing of 72 Migrants

Wednesday, Mexican authorities arrested seven men believed to be members of the drug cartel, The Zetas, and whom they suspect are responsible for the killing of 72 migrants. Those killed were mostly Central and South American migrants. continue reading »

More Water Stations Allowed at Border

U.S. Fish and Wildlife new policy could allow humanitarian aid groups to set up more water stations along public trails in Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge to aid migrants from the south. The groups would have to follow new rules though. continue reading »

3 More Georgia Counties Effected By ICE Strategy to Enhance Identification

On Wednesday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) began using a new biometric information sharing capability in Cobb, Fulton and Muscogee counties that helps federal immigration officials identify aliens, both lawfully and unlawfully present in the United States, who are booked into local law enforcement's custody for a crime. continue reading »

Bottled Water Left for Migrants Is NOT Litter

On Thursday, a federal appeals court ruled that human-rights activist can not be charged with littering for leaving bottles of water for migrants along trails in the Buenos Aires Wildlife Refuge just southwest of Tucson. continue reading »

U.S. Senate Candidate Looking to Make English Official Language

U.S. Senate Candidate Looking to Make English Official Language

New Hampshire’s population is ninety-five percent Caucasian and shares a border with Canada, not Mexico, yet Republican U.S. Senate candidate Bill Binnie is bringing his own immigration controversy to the center of his New Hampshire campaign. continue reading »

Illinois #5 in Undocumented Immigrants Population

Illinois #5 in Undocumented Immigrants Population

On Wednesday the Pew Hispanic Center released a study tracking the number of undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. Overall the trend is showing a decline that experts believe is due to the recession and a decrease in available jobs. Illinois however bucks the trend with the states population remaining stable despite economic conditions. continue reading »

Contractor in Idaho Charged With Employing Unauthorized Workers

A Magic Valley home builder in Idaho pleaded guilty to federal charges of employing undocumented workers, following an investigation by agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). continue reading »

5,500 LA County Immigrants Deported Due to “Secure Communities”

Since its inception in Los Angeles County, Secure Communities’ biometric information-sharing capability has resulted in the identification and removal of over 5,500 convicted criminal immigrants from the U.S. continue reading »

Juveniles Forced to Carry Marijuana Over Border

U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Rio Grande City Station apprehended a group of undocumented immigrants who were backpacking marijuana. continue reading »

San Fran Sheriff Upholds Sanctuary City Policy

Sheriff Michael Hennessey has opted out of a federal program that would defy San Francisco’s Sanctuary City policy. continue reading »