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Pres. Trump Yet to Take Action on DACA Amnesty

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The new Trump Administration has yet to take action on one of former Pres. Obama's most famous immigration actions, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), according to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. Ending the program was a campaign promise of Pres. Trump's, and his campaign website pledged to end the executive amnesty "immediately".

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Will the NYT Remember the Lessons of Wet Foot, Dry Foot?

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  by  Jeremy Beck

In praising President Obama's decision to end "wet foot, dry foot," the New York Times described the decades-old policy toward Cuban migrants as "misguided" for encouraging "Cubans to embark on perilous, and often deadly, journeys on rafts across the Florida straits and across borders in South and Central America." 

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Italy Escalates Deportations of Illegal Aliens

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In an effort to deal with the rising number of migrants, Italy has released a plan that will help increase forced and voluntary repartition of migrants who have received deportation orders. Under pressure from their EU neighbors Italy stopped offering waivers to incoming migrants to cross into other countries, creating a bottleneck of migrants who are stuck in their country.

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Trump Advocates for Merit-Based Immigration

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President-elect Donald Trump said in an interview with Fox News that his administration will work towards a legal immigration system where new immigrants are chosen based on their skills rather than the current system that heavily favors extended family members. Trump said his administration would release the details of a plan that could possibly include protections for the roughly 1 million illegal aliens who benefited from Pres. Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

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Rep. Babin Introduces Criminal Alien Deportation Enforcement Act

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This week Rep. Brian Babin re-introduced his Criminal Alien Deportation Enforcement Act (H.R. 82), which would cut foreign aid and travel visas to countries who refuse to accept their illegal criminal aliens back into their country after they have been ordered deported from the U.S. Rep. Babin first introduced this bill 2016 and the bill received 52 cosponsors.

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