New privacy controls could frustrate immigration officials — and protect citizens from unwarranted searches.
And why has the Trump administration been so conspicuously silent in supporting a key ally?
The administration is putting money toward a border wall, but giving short shrift to America’s other borders.
With no clear funding plan in place, Customs and Border Patrol will start reviewing prototypes of President’s Trump’s “big, beautiful wall.”
The United States will go after undocumented immigrants for identify theft and document fraud and will prosecute immigrants with felonies if they re-enter the country illegally.
In 1848 the United States invaded and forced Mexico to cede almost half its territory. Now some Mexicans want their land back.
Plans to shrink the undocumented immigrant population are missing a crucial ingredient: enough judges to process the cases.
According to an internal memo, laxer standards are needed to expand the number of Border Patrol agents, but that could come at a cost in security.
Trump says Mexico. But Mexico says no. But now Trump wants money from Congress. But he says Mexico will pay the U.S. back. Of course.
Donald Trump is not even in office yet, but Mexico is already feeling the ramifications of his election.
But the humanitarian and political crises of the great Syrian exodus are just beginning.
Mike Pence just dismissed Trump's Muslim ban, a cornerstone of his campaign.
Mexico's finance minister reportedly pushed for Trump's visit.