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Federal/Local 287(g) Partnerships Work

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Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania state legislators attending the annual Quad State Legislative conference learned about why the 287(g) program, which trains local law enforcement officers to engage in immigration enforcement activities and enables them to initiate deportation proceedings for illegal aliens, is a fast-growing success.

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Companies Seek U.S. Workers Through Recruiters After Raids

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In the wake of the Postville, Iowa enforcement action at Agriprocessors, Inc, where almost 400 illegal aliens were arrested, the company turned to labor recruiters to find legal workers in the U.S. to fill the void, the Associated Press reports. Agriprocessors' experience proves a point – when unscrupulous employers are forced to look for legal workers – both native-born and legal immigrants -- they can turn to recruiters to find them.

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IT TAKES A VILLAGE -- Chain Migration Puts Nearly Everybody In Line To Overwhelm U.S. Communities

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  by  Roy Beck

As soon as we take a single skilled immigrant from a developing nation, around 17 different families may be put in line to follow because of our reckless Chain Migration policies. Our immigration policies literally "take a village" every time a new Anchor Immigrant is admitted to this country.

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Billboards Highlight Consequences of Illegal-Alien Smuggling

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The Border Patrol has begun erecting billboards in Texas to remind commercial truckers that they are gambling with their livelihoods when they haul illegal aliens or drugs. The billboards, which are part of the Texas Hold ‘Em initiative, carry the blunt message: “Smuggle Aliens… Smuggle Drugs… Lose Your Commercial Driver’s License in Texas.” The federal-state initiative, which was first announced in June, uses existing state laws to revoke the commercial driver’s licenses of truck drivers who are convicted of federal charges for smuggling illegal aliens or drugs.

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ICE Arrests 42 Illegal Aliens at Dulles Airport

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ICE has conducted its second raid of the week at a critical infrastructure facility, this time at Dulles International Airport in Virginia where agents arrested 42 illegal aliens yesterday. Earlier in the week, an ICE raid at a military parachute company in North Carolina resulted in the arrest of 59 illegal aliens. Dulles was the target of a similar operation in 2006 that netted 55 illegal aliens.ICE interviewed more than 200 individuals to verify their identities, immigration status, and eligibility for lawful employment in the U.S., according to a related ICE press release.

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New Nightmare Census Projections Reveal CHAIN MIGRATION Still Choking Our Future

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  by  Roy Beck

Today, the Census Bureau again revised its U.S. population projection for 2050, giving us the bad news that we are headed to 439 million instead of 420 million. In nearly every measure, our local, state and federal governments can't even provide our current 304 million Americans with adequate infrastructure for a high quality of life in terms of the environment, transportation, public health, education, parks and many other areas, so why do federal officials insist on the immigration policies (particularly Chain Migration) to force us to handle 439 million?

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Study: High Immigration Levels Linked to Higher Global Greenhouse-Gas Emissions

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The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) released a new analysis that establishes a causal relationship between high levels of U.S. immigration and significantly higher world-wide CO2 emissions. The reason the study cites is a transfer of population from lower-polluting countries to the U.S, a higher-polluting country. The study also notes that recent increases in U.S. CO2 emissions can be wholly attributed to population increases because per capita emissions have stabilized.

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ICE, Local Officers Arrest 119 Illegal Aliens in Penn. and Del.

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A 10-day ICE operation in Pennsylvania and Delaware netted 75 fugitive aliens and 44 other immigration violators, according to an ICE press release. Of these, 38 had criminal histories that included offensive touching and assault of a child, forgery, criminal conspiracy, receiving stolen property, and narcotics violations. The arrestees came from countries around the globe including El Salvador, Indonesia, Mauritania and Mexico.

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59 Illegal Aliens Arrested at N.C. Military Parachute Company

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In what is billed as the largest bust in western North Carolina, ICE took into custody 59 illegal aliens who making parachutes for the U.S. armed forces at the Mills Manufacturing Corp. in Woodfin, North Carolina. A related ICE press release suggests the enforcement action neutralized a potential national security vulnerability.

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Arrested Illegal Aliens Get Help From Bond Fund

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Boston financier Robert Hildreth has formed the National Immigrant Bond Fund in an effort to aid arrested illegal aliens, the Washington Times reports. Critics fear the fund could make it easier for illegal aliens to disappear after being released on bail.

The fund will allow arrested illegal aliens who do not have any outstanding criminal violations to apply for financial assistance through churches, legal organizations or open-border groups. If approved, the fund covers half the bail money and the illegal aliens cover the rest.

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