Category: Immigration News
Members of the migrant caravan seeking to enter the United States admit that they do not qualify for asylum–the alleged reason for their coming. In interviews with The New York Times and the Guardian, migrants have revealed that their real reason is to improve their economic circumstances.
Read more at breitbart.com
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After more than a month on the road, traveling by foot, bus, car, truck, and every other means of conveyance, the 5000-odd mostly Honduran caravan has reached its destination. Eight hundred migrants arrived at dawn yesterday, joining more than 750 already in place, and the remainder are expected today. Residents of the city in which …
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While the largest portion of the now more than 12,000 Central American migrants in Mexico are still much further south., the news media is filled this morning with announcements that many of the caravan have already arrived in Tijuana. Fox News is reporting that “nine buses trucked 357 travelers” on Tuesday. U.S. News and World …
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Democrats and cheap labor Republicans may push an amnesty for illegal aliens in the upcoming lame-duck session of Congress. One possible strategy may be to offer President Trump funding for a border wall in exchange for signing an amnesty bill for 3.5 million illegal aliens in the DACA category. Immigration reform advocates say this would be a bad deal because a wall alone would do little to stop illegal immigration, while amnesty would be a strong encouragement for more foreigners to come to this country illegally.
Outgoing House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) may lead this effort. The billionaire Koch brothers are spending millions of dollars to support a DACA amnesty during the lame-duck session.
Read more at thenationalsentinel,com and breitbart.com
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Some hundreds of migrants have already reached Tijuana, but the bulk remain far to the south. After spending Monday night in Guadalajara, about 5000 migrants in the caravan left that Pacific coast city on buses provided by the Jalisco state government. However, instead of transporting them all the way to the next Mexican state, Nayarit, …
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Gallup’s most recent global estimate found that “Three percent of the world’s adults — or nearly 160 million people — say they would like to move to the U.S. This includes 16 percent of adults from Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, Panama and Costa Rica, which translates into nearly 5 million people.”
Read more at news.gallup.com
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It’s becoming more difficult to fix the location of the (original) caravan. An article in the Wall Street Journal explains why: “Largest of Migrant Caravans Splits Into Smaller Groups.” In a process that had begun even before the group landed in Mexico City several days ago, the caravan had started to split as migrants, many …
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President Trump issued a temporary order requiring asylum applicants to apply for asylum at U.S. ports of entry. Under the order they will not be able to apply after illegally crossing the border outside the ports. The purpose of the order is to asylum requests in an orderly fashion and discourage bogus applications. One likely outcome will be slowing the migrant caravan in Mexico now moving toward the U.S. border.
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The majority of the original caravan spent the night in the city of Irapuato, in a camp set up around a family center and small sports complex. They had earlier made the 62-mile trip to Irapuato from Queretaro, which reported that 6,531 migrants had passed through between Friday and Saturday. This number suggests the caravan had grown …
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On the move again, the majority of the original caravan was set to leave Queretaro this morning and head to Irapuato, about 62 miles to the west. Irapuato–around 1500 miles from San Diego –is on the Viacrucis route that we told you about yesterday. Mexican news outlets are also reporting that two of the remaining caravans …
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