Gov. Scott Walker's (R-Wis.) position to protect American workers from the economic effects of mass immigration has received criticism from many as being one that will alienate voters. However, polling from Gallup has shown that a sizable number of American voters are not only dissatisfied with the current levels of immigration, but want to see them reduced.
Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), introduced a bill on Tuesday that would mandate the use of E-Verify by all employers. The Accountability Through Electronic Verification Act of 2015, S. 1032, would permanently authorize and require employers to use the Internet-based system that assists employers in determining the eligibility of employees to work in the United States.
Amidst the cacophony on immigration reform, a latest arrest shows as to how illegal immigrants are using dubious means to first enter the US and then live there using stolen identities.
U.S. national security officials in Texas were taken aback when they found almost complete set of documents belonging to a fellow Border Patrol agent. This was something that they hadn’t bargained for in this manner.
The Blaze -- Pete Kasperowicz
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has admitted that made a grave error in 2013 when it agreed to spare a known gang member from deportation — a man who is now charged with the murder of three people in North Carolina.
During an interview on Monday, Wisconsin governor and potential 2016 Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker said that he would protect American workers from the economic effects of increases in both legal and illegal immigration. Walker joins former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum as the only potential presidential candidates to link high levels of immigration to American workers.
Mary Spicuzza -- Milwaukee - Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
In the wake of criticism that he has flip-flopped over illegal immigration, Gov. Scott Walker is now wading into the issue of legal immigration.
In an interview with conservative talk show host Glenn Beck Monday, the Republican governor and likely 2016 presidential candidate was asked about his shifting position on immigration.
Breitbart News -- Bob Price
Chicago Sun Times -- Jan C. Ting
In 2002, in the case of Hoffman Plastic Compounds v. NLRB, the Supreme Court found “combatting the employment of illegal aliens in the United States central to the policy of immigration law.”
Breitbart News -- Caroline May
The federal government missed an estimated $41.1 million in “cost savings” transporting immigrant detainees on charter flights due to an inefficient use of resources — namely flying with empty seats — a government watchdog concludes.