The Obama administration has released into the U.S. an untold number of immigrant families caught traveling illegally from Central America in recent months – and although the government knows how many it’s released, it won’t say publicly.
The Obama administration said Friday it will open new detention facilities to house immigrant families caught crossing the border illegally, amid a surge from Central America.
A $350 million “funding opportunity” from the Department of Health and Human Services to provide shelter for underage illegal aliens indicates that recipients must provide the children with “family planning services” and added “sensitity” to sexual orientation issues.”
Vacant Social Security Building In Baltimore Could Soon House Hundreds Of Illegal Immigrant Children
Baltimore may soon be the home of hundreds of illegal immigrant children taken into custody at the border.
Immigrant Rights Groups: 13-Year-Old Boy Claims He Was Sexually Molested By Border Official While In Custody
A coalition of advocacy groups says it has documented more than 100 allegations of mistreatment of unaccompanied immigrant children arrested by U.S. border authorities.
Hillary Clinton says Majority Leader Eric Cantor “was defeated by a candidate who basically ran against immigrants.”
Senate Panel Votes To Give Obama Administration $2B To Handle Increase In Child Immigrants Crossing Border
A Senate appropriations panel voted Tuesday to give the Obama administration $2 billion it requested to handle the dramatic increase in child immigrants caught trying to illegally cross the Mexican border without their parents.
Mattresses, portable toilets and showers were brought in Saturday for 700 unaccompanied minors who spent the night sleeping on plastic cots inside an Arizona warehouse, a federal official said.
House Republican leaders on Wednesday blocked any votes on immigration legislation, raising doubts about the prospects for election-year action on overhauling the nation’s laws.
Making a weaving string of comments on immigration reform at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation economic summit in Washington, the California Democrat said that “as a country, we cannot, let me say, we cannot prohibit a path to citizenship” for illegal immigrants.