On November 9, the DOJ and DHS adopted an interim final rule that bars aliens from receiving asylum if they are subject to a presidential proclamation suspending or limiting entry into the U.S. across the Mexican border.
The president has a range of powers at his disposal to the stem the flow of Central American migrants
From shutting down ports of entry to denying asylum applications, many options could lead to a legal showdown.
President Trump recently pronounced he may end birthright citizenship
The issue of birthright citizenship, as it pertains to children born in the United States to aliens unlawfully present, remains an open question.
Poverty and welfare use double that of native-born Americans
A new analysis by the Center for Immigration Studies of the latest Census Bureau data, which includes legal and illegal immigrants, shows that the size of the Central American immigrant population (from Guatemala, El Salvador, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama) has grown enormously in recent decades.
As the caravan of primarily Central American migrants advancing toward the U.S.-Mexico border continues to grow, several key issues have emerged for U.S. lawmakers and those involved in the national immigration debate:
National Review: Stopping the Caravan