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What is Immigration?

When an individual moves from one country to another, they have immigrated to that country.  Immigration may be permanent or temporary and may be approved by the host country, in which case the immigrant is a documented immigrant, or they may not have gained approval, in which case they are an undocumented immigrant or illegal immigrant subject to deportation.

Immigration occurs every day as people move from one country to another for business, retirement, opportunity, vacation, work or to avoid persecution.  Normally, a person is not allowed into another country until he or she states his or her reason and intent and authorities grant a visa for entry.  When a large number of people want to leave one country to enter another, such as from Mexico to the U.S., there can be a problem.  The host country must have control over immigration to preserve economic conditions, conserve resources for its citizens, avoid allowing in those who would do harm to its citizens and for other reasons.

 

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Congress Drops The Ball On Immigration Washington Post
Washington Post Congress drops the ball on immigration Washington Post 14 op ed, Trump39s effort to keep America white, Dana Milbank stated that the family based approach to immigration has always been at the heart of U.S. immigration. In fact, this has been the case only since President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Immigration Plans Stuck in Congressional Limbo as Deadlines LoomBloomberg It39s Not Illegal Immigration That Worries Republicans AnymoreThe Atlantic Grassley Proposal Addresses Weaknesses in Immigration LawImmigration Blog blog The New Yorker Noozhawk The Hill all 328 news articles raquo

Trump Revives Push For Limits On Immigrants Bringing Family Chicago Tribune
Chicago Tribune Trump revives push for limits on immigrants bringing family Chicago Tribune For the past 50 plus years, family reunification has been central to U.S. immigration law. Those who become naturalized citizens can bring spouses and minor children and petition for parents, adult children and siblings to get their own green cards and and more raquo

Senate Bill AposDestroysapos Ability To Enforce Immigration Law, DHS Says Da...
Daily Signal Senate Bill 39Destroys39 Ability to Enforce Immigration Law, DHS Says Daily Signal The Senate rejected three other immigration measures, including one supported by Trump, before recessing until Feb. 26. The bill slammed by homeland security officials is sponsored by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D N.Y. Sen. Mike Rounds, R S Statement from the Press Secretary regarding the Schumer Rounds Collins AmendmentWhitehouse.gov press release Schumer Rounds Collins Destroys Ability of DHS to Enforce Immigration Laws, Creating a Mass Amnesty For Over 10 Homeland Security all 39 news articles raquo

Police Who Help ICE Detain Undocumented Immigrants Could Be AposBreaking Four...
Newsweek Police Who Help ICE Detain Undocumented Immigrants Could Be 39Breaking Fourth Amendment,39 Experts Say Newsweek U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents are able to sign an administrative warrant and request that local law enforcement officers detain people identified as potential undocumented immigrants. John Moore/Getty. quotThey are two very different Our View: Congress not local cops responsible for ICEDaily Astorian Editorial: ICE uses raids, arrests of undocumented immigrants as political toolsDaily Bruin End ICEThe Week Magazine all 16 news articles raquo

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