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Yesterday 07:03 AM
clocker New Data Shows Criminal Arrest Histories of DACA Requestors
WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) released new data (PDF, 140 KB) regarding arrests and apprehensions among the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) requestor population. The data contains both criminal and civil information of those approved and denied under DACA.
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Among the findings of the release:
  • Almost 8-percent of total DACA requestors (59,786 individuals) had arrest records as of the date the systems were queried, which included offenses such as assault and battery, rape, murder, and drunk driving, among others. “Requestors” includes individuals approved and denied DACA.
  • Of those individuals whose DACA requests were approved and had one or more arrests or apprehensions, 53,792 were arrested or apprehended prior to their most recent approval.
  • Approximately 13-percent (7,814) of approved DACA requestors with an arrest had an arrest after their grant was approved and prior to renewal.
  • 54.8-percent of DACA requestors with more than one arrest (17,079) most recently had a DACA case status of “approved” as of the date the systems were queried.
  • 199 individuals who requested DACA had 10 or more arrests. Of those, 51 most recently had DACA case status of “approved,” as of the date the systems were queried.
  • Of the total 888,765 DACA requestors, 797,297 had no arrests or apprehensions, and 710, 842 were approved.
11-10-2019 10:53 AM
PeterEnergy
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Originally Posted by AZ_HighCountry View Post
In case you missed it; President Trump has been trying and various activist federal judges have been blocking him.
In another demonstration of judicial tyranny, acting as a super Legislature or super Executive.
11-10-2019 07:10 AM
AZ_HighCountry
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Originally Posted by clocker View Post
DACA was a policy created, whole-cloth, by ex-President Obama; it was NOT a law passed by Congress and signed by him. And, consequently, has no weight or force of law. President Trump has every right, as the current head of the executive, to remove &/or change that policy, to set immigration policy of his own, as long as it doesn't run afoul of the Constitution or existing immigration law.
In case you missed it; President Trump has been trying and various activist federal judges have been blocking him.
11-09-2019 02:35 PM
clocker DACA was a policy created, whole-cloth, by ex-President Obama; it was NOT a law passed by Congress and signed by him. And, consequently, has no weight or force of law. President Trump has every right, as the current head of the executive, to remove &/or change that policy, to set immigration policy of his own, as long as it doesn't run afoul of the Constitution or existing immigration law.

Mexico Is Urging The Supreme Court To Stop Trump’s Bid To End DACA
The Mexican government is urging the Supreme Court to protect the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, telling the justices that supporting DACA recipients is an important goal of Mexican foreign policy.

The justices will hear arguments over President Donald Trump’s bid to terminate DACA on Tuesday. Mexico filed an amicus (or “friend of the court”) brief in the case, saying it has a “legitimate, substantial and compelling interest to protect the rights of its citizens.”

“Mexico’s government has supported DACA beneficiaries and Mexican nationals living in the United States by holding clinics, providing funding and access to competent legal counsel in connection to the application process under DACA,” the brief reads. It goes on to note that Mexican consular officials have assisted approximately 30,000 DACA recipients with “obtaining the necessary documents and, in some cases, providing economic assistance to apply for DACA.”

Approximately 80% of DACA’s 800,000 recipients are Mexican nationals.
^^[comment on the bolded part] LOL! Of course it's in the interest of Mexico that DACA stay in place; the more Mexican nationals in the U.S., sucking on our give-away gov't teat, the less Mexico has to pay for, itself. And, any of the DACA recips who work, probably send moneys back to Mexico. Lastly, any of their children are U.S. citizens (stupid, us!), and will likely be more Mexico-friendly, voting for politicians who are for even more lax immigration laws.
11-05-2019 11:14 AM
The Old Coach Good chance he's looking over his shoulder at an angry constituency? Or is he appointed by the gubernator.
11-05-2019 09:22 AM
Optimist Is this the same Marc Elrich that forbid the police there to display a Thin Blue Line flag made and presented to the police by a local woodworker? I do believe it is. He and the Acting Chief are really in need of a wakeup call....
11-05-2019 01:02 AM
clocker A politician being responsive to his constituents and trying to safeguard his safety? Imagine that... [BTW, what the hell is a "County Executive"?? And why does he think he has powers that override federal law?!]

Sanctuary County Rolls Back Its Anti-ICE Policy Following String Of Illegal Aliens Charged With Rape
Following months of national media coverage over the handling of illegal aliens in his custody, Montgomery County, Maryland, Executive Marc Elrich has somewhat reversed a sanctuary policy he signed into law.

Elrich will allow Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents the ability to access certain areas of the Montgomery County jail in order to apprehend illegal aliens, according to ABC7 News. A county spokesman confirmed to the local news outlet on Nov. 1 that correctional officers have been ordered to give ICE agents clearance to “identified areas” of the jail to “ensure that transfers are conducted in a safe environment.”

News of the cooperation between Montgomery County and federal immigration authorities comes three months after Elrich signed an executive order that prohibited county officials from working with ICE.
11-01-2019 07:07 AM
clocker MEXICO REPORTS 250% SPIKE IN AFRICANS TRYING TO ENTER U.S. THROUGH BORDER
Mexico has seen an astounding 250% increase in Africans trying to enter the United States through the southern border, according to the latest figures released by the Mexican government’s immigration agency, known as Unidad de Política Migratoria. The stats include the first eight months of 2019 and reveal that, during the same period last year, 1,507 Africans were apprehended in the country compared to 5,286 this year. During the same period 4,783 migrants from India and Bangladesh were also detained in Mexico, according to the data made public this month.

The information is alarming considering Africa and Bangladesh are hotbeds of terrorism and the fact that all the migrants are heading north into the United States. “These migrants, although less in numbers compared to migrants from Central America, increased significantly in the country,” a Mexican newspaper article states, confirming that “their principle objective is not to stay in Mexican territory but rather cross the border towards the United States.”
10-30-2019 10:30 PM
PurpleKitty My opinion: I value, currently, two anchor "men" in my life, service providers who provide a lot of good service to my family. Very glad of them.

I would be OK revoking the other anchors' citizenship though.

So, like I said, a mixed opinion. I abstain from voting on that issue. Future anchors getting citizenship? Absolutely not. Revoke it back about 20 years? OK with that too. More than that? I would have issues.

Of course none of this is up to me and simple demographics on Houston and Texas in general say I'm going to be outnumbered. But I can bitch here and it does make me feel better.
10-30-2019 08:11 PM
tedlovesjeeps71
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Originally Posted by ForgedInTheFlame View Post
It's really that simple.

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Yes... it really is.[emoji1303][emoji631]
10-30-2019 07:06 PM
ForgedInTheFlame
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PK.... what’s to be “mixed” about? If they are here illegally it’s a simple answer. I don’t care if the illegal was Jesus or had the cure for cancer.... come in LEGALLY or don’t come.
It's really that simple.

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10-30-2019 06:45 PM
tedlovesjeeps71 PK.... what’s to be “mixed” about? If they are here illegally it’s a simple answer. I don’t care if the illegal was Jesus or had the cure for cancer.... come in LEGALLY or don’t come.
10-30-2019 02:17 PM
PurpleKitty The illegal next door isn't even worried. Why should she, with 6 kids, some of them models, crying on TV "we want our Mommy" in English (taught by the schools/taxpayer) and spanish (taught at home) it would be an instant stay of deportation.

Pretty sure my primary cab driver, and some others I need, are anchors so mixed about that.

But we need to put a stop on any new children, and only have government forms (food stamps, etc) in ENGLISH. There is no motivation for the illegals to learn English so they don't learn. Even when their own kids could teach them at home.
10-30-2019 02:05 PM
HomeDefense
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Originally Posted by AZ_HighCountry View Post
I also spoke with a LOT of locals. ALL of them expressed interest in the US and wanting to become US citizens. All for the same reason: the opportunities available to them.
This is the primary reason why most of our ancestors came here from Europe.

There wouldn't be a need for a wall if:

1. The 14th Amendment was properly interpreted by the Supreme Court. It was never intended for anchor babies.

2. All welfare and education benefits were cut off for anyone here illegally.

3. Current employment laws were enforced.

4. Current immigration laws were enforced.

This would remove the USA from the top of the list for greatest suckers in the world.
10-30-2019 01:23 PM
PurpleKitty I agree, AZ. I get into it on my blog every time I bitch about the illegal next door, her brood, the welfare cheating, the illegal (!) daycare business. People want to see them as "innocent victims fleeing oppression". I am certain he works cash jobs under the table to evade welfare checks. They abuse animals. Nothing of value what I see. Not what I would consider a quality group of citizens, to be mild.

They do spend a lot of money so are good for that.

But my husband's new doctor is from Africa, my husband adores him, I trust him, etc. I am glad we have him in our lives. Our drivers from Africa are almost all awesome. I enjoy them.

It is literally night and day.
10-30-2019 11:56 AM
AZ_HighCountry
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Originally Posted by PurpleKitty View Post
Probably shipped the Africans in container ships. In a lot of those countries (Uganda, etc) they are lucky to make $500 a year. If they can come here and make a living, ship back $50 a month to the family back home they will all live like kings.
Having just returned from a full 2 week visit to Kenya, I will speak to this:

A coworker of mine in ATL is Kenyan. He and his Kenyan girlfriend returned home to Nairobi for a traditional Kenyan wedding. Several of us, myself included, were invited. During the 2 weeks, I met a LOT of people, spoke with a LOT of people, and more importantly, made a LOT of new friends. Among the things I learned:

1. the coworker, his new bride, his 3 brothers, 1 sister, and 5 or 6 other members of the wedding party all resided now and work in the US
2. ALL OF THEM WENT THROUGH THE PROCESS and HAVE BECOME US citizens!!
3. EVERY LAST ONE OF THEM told me the reason why they wanted to become US citizens was because of the opportunities they could seek and achieve by becoming citizens.
4. ALL OF THEM are PROUD to be US citizens.
5. NONE of them are in favor of giving amnesty to illegals who come across the border.
6. ALL of them learned English while in school in Kenya. They think it is important to speak English especially if you want to become a US citizen.
7. ALL of them have professional level jobs including but not limited to:
- coworker is an engineer
- bride - forgot what she does
- one brother is an electrician with a big electrical contractor in ATL
- another brother is an IT professional in ATL
- the last brother was a truck driver and now does something IT-related in EWR
- two are nurses
- one is a Finance person for a non-profit that focuses on MS research
- one is an accountant for CBS; they just moved her from Houston to NYC
- another owned a small 11-truck trucking company in EWR. He sold that in order to move to ATL and is in the process of buying a small 4-truck trucking company there.

In addition to the above, the brothers inherited the family farm in Nairobi after their father passed a couple years ago. The farm is a big one and quite profitable; they have a farm manager who runs the day to day operations there.

I also spoke with a LOT of locals. ALL of them expressed interest in the US and wanting to become US citizens. All for the same reason: the opportunities available to them.

I will expound later on local politics but will share with you they have a dislike of the current President Kenyatta. They absolutely loved President Kibaki. More on him later; he helped implement a lot of reforms that are forming modern day Kenya. A lot love Trump, many do not care for Obama which I found very surprising. I was asked many questions about the current politics as well as the varying climates, where I live, jobs, etc.

So, if someone asks me again if we should be opening our doors to allow all of the filthy invaders from Mexico and Central America in without restrictions who only want to suck off the government tit, I will say NO and point to the above as an example of why.
10-25-2019 09:26 PM
stroo
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Originally Posted by clocker View Post
First construction of brand-new border wall in Texas begins
While 75 miles of wall has already been built under the Trump administration, until now all of those structures replaced existing ones such as vehicle barriers or dilapidated fences, which were ineffective before being replaced, according to the agency.

The brand-new wall is under construction southeast of McAllen in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley sector, which sees the most illegal crossings of any border sector, with more than 325,000 people apprehended there through August this year, according to CBP.
Sure is nice getting SOMETHING from all the money .gov confiscated from us!
10-25-2019 08:45 PM
clocker First construction of brand-new border wall in Texas begins
While 75 miles of wall has already been built under the Trump administration, until now all of those structures replaced existing ones such as vehicle barriers or dilapidated fences, which were ineffective before being replaced, according to the agency.

The brand-new wall is under construction southeast of McAllen in Texas’s Rio Grande Valley sector, which sees the most illegal crossings of any border sector, with more than 325,000 people apprehended there through August this year, according to CBP.
10-20-2019 09:31 AM
PurpleKitty They must have put something out on spanish language tv that the post office was hiring. While waiting at the processing plant, for our ride home, I was bothered by two groups of mexicans clearly looking for a job. They all had very poor english. They all wanted "the office". I wanted to ask them WHICH office as we have several, and all were closed on a Saturday.

I told them the public was not allowed in the building. I did not tell them they had to fill out an online application IN ENGLISH and take a test IN ENGLISH as well. I just sent them away.

But they wanted that job. Who can blame them, the career employees have it pretty good but I would never do it.

But trespassing on the property and bothering people trying to go home is not the way to get a good government job.
10-20-2019 01:30 AM
clocker For those who are interested in following the progress of The Wall, talk a look:

TRACK THE STATUS OF TRUMP’S BORDER WALL
(Not very interactive, though. Would be nice if it's zoomable, and clicks on any given section/sector will bring up more details and pictures, etc.)

Still, after 3 years, it doesn't look like much is being done, but we are headed in the right direction

The more we get The Wall up, maintained and manned, the less we need to depend on Mexico to continue helping.
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