Trumps Calls in the Troops to the Border—But No One Knows What For
President Trump first announced via tweet—and later a signed proclamation—that he plans to send the National Guard to the nation’s southern border. Some have questioned the need for the National Guard at this time given that border apprehensions are so low.
The Invisible Wall That President Trump Has Already Built
Bills Introduced in Both Chambers Provide Common Sense Solution for Dreamers
Senators McCain and Coons introduced the United and Securing America (U.S.A) Act in the Senate this week, which includes a permanent solution for Dreamers as well as border security measures.
Trumps Immigration Remarks at Joint Address, Debunked
Homeland Security Secretary Tells Congress Immigration Executive Order Should Have Been Delayed
What to Expect Now That Congress Is Back
How the Democratic Party Platform Addresses Immigration
Obama Administration Files Brief in Immigration Case at Supreme Court
This week, the Obama Administration filed its brief with the Supreme Court in United States v. Texas, the case where Texas and 25 other states are challenging the President s executive action on expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA). The brief sets forth the arguments for why the Fifth Circuit was wrong to block expanded DACA and DAPA from being implemented.