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Report: DNA Testing System Could Quickly Verify Migrant Family-Unit Claims

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The Washington Examiner reports the federal government is utilizing a DNA testing system that would help Border Patrol Agents quickly check whether those crossing the border as a family are in fact related. Agents now rely on documents the individuals carry and interrogation to verify familial relationships. But workload pressures from the huge increase in family asylum seekers make this already problematic method unworkable.

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'Too Damn High' (population growth driving rent & housing out of reach)

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  by  Andrew Good

America has a population growth policy. Immigration laws are responsible for between 88% and 95% of U.S. population growth. America has a housing appreciation policy. Population growth results in higher housing costs. There's nothing more fundamental than housing, and every single American has a stake in this.

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President Threatens Border Closure Next Week

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President Trump today tweeted that he will close the Mexican border or parts of it next week if Mexico “doesn’t immediately stop all illegal immigration coming into the United States.” This is the latest in a series of closure threats over the last six months. The president has repeatedly asked Congress for help in stemming the border crisis, It has not been forthcoming so he is considering other options.

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IT Manager Sentenced to Prison for H-1B Fraud

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The head of two IT staffing companies was sentenced to a year in jail after he was found guilty of falsifying visa applications to secure H-1B guest worker visas for foreign nationals. According to the Justice Department, Anjaneyulu Katam "falsified visa applications, work experience documents, and work contracts, which he then submitted to the U.S. Department of Labor, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of State, in order to secure illegal H-1B visas for Indian nationals."

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