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Alejandro Mayorkas

Election 2016: The Threat of Immigration Anarchy Hangs in the Balance

Michael Cutler, Opening the doors to terror. Election Day is rapidly approaching. In considering what is at stake, it is important to understand that, as I recently noted, “The Three Most Important Issues For 2016: Immigration, Immigration, Immigration.” Most polls skew how the concerns of the majority of Americans are reported by the media. Most Americans are

Obama Expands Refugee Program for Central American Migrants

President Barack Obama announced an expansion of a refugee program for Central Americans fleeing violence in their home countries, the day after the Democratic National Convention featured an undocumented immigrant among its opening-night speakers. Some adults will be eligible to accompany minors under age 21 seeking refugee status from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras as

Obama Spends $9.6 million, Boosts Border Security as Unaccompanied Minors Rise

The Obama administration unveiled measures to handle a surge of undocumented immigrants entering the U.S. — particularly unaccompanied children — by adding border enforcement personnel and funding repatriation efforts. The U.S. plans to spend $9.6 million to help Central American governments repatriate citizens who’ve crossed into the U.S. illegally. The money is intended to enable

Michelle Malkin: When Will America End Cash-for-Visas Racket?

 This may be the first and last time I ever write these words: America, follow Canada. Our neighbors to the north finally have wised up to the international cash-for-visas scam. Last week, the country ended its foreign investor program that put residency up for sale to the highest bidder. We should have done the same