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‘Stable Geniuses’ Needed to Tackle Immigration Challenges

Rachel Marsden, VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada is bracing for U.S. President Donald Trump to terminate the temporary protected status of about 200,000 Salvadorans living in America, just as he did last year with Haitians, Nicaraguans and Sudanese, who had been granted the privilege because of a natural disaster in their homeland (or war, in

Trump’s Immigration Policies Are Working

Michael Cutler, How 800 Americans and lawful immigrants got jobs overnight in Chicago. I often focus on the nexus between failures of the immigration system and the way that these failures undermine national security and public safety.  Today, however, we will consider a more prosaic issue, but one that impacts millions of American and lawful

DACA Has Got to Go

Arthur Schaper, I have argued the illegal immigration discussion on many levels. I have outlined the attacks on our country’s sovereignty. I am sure that millions of you have read on this news site as well as other media organs how the DACA program is unconstitutional, and an extreme executive overreach. Hopefully, you read something

45,000 Illegals Using DACA Backdoor to Get Green Cards

Breitbart – by Neil Munro President Barack Obama’s deputies opened a little-known immigration backdoor to put 45,000 DACA illegals on a multistep path to citizenship, according to the Senate Judiciary Committee. According to the committee, the “advanced parole” loophole has ensured: As of August 21, 2017, 45,447 DACA recipients have been approved for advance parole through

Trump’s Immigration Reforms Would Empower the Individual

Rachel Marsden, Immigration policy is like dating policy: It sets boundaries for how one expects to be treated. Western countries have been in an unspoken competition to come across as the least uptight about immigration. Meanwhile, countries that take a hard-line approach to immigration are viewed like a controlling boyfriend rather than someone who simply