Immigration

Whatever Happened to Immigration?

Column: The issue driving the populist revolt has disappeared in 2020

Mike Pence And Kamala Harris Take Part In Vice Presidential DebateIt is a sign of the times that immigration has not been mentioned in three hours of debate between the presidential tickets. A review of the transcripts of both the presidential and vice-presidential encounters finds no questions asked nor answers proffered about an issue that until only recently defined much of our politics and distinguished our two parties. Needless to say, both moderators wanted to know where the candidates stand on climate change, which routinely drifts toward the bottom of any list of public priorities.

9th Circuit Court Sides With Trump on Deportations

White HouseA U.S. appeals court on Monday sided with President Donald Trump over his administration’s decision to end humanitarian protections for hundreds of thousands of immigrants, many of whom have lived in the United States for decades.

Sen. Blackburn Takes Aim At ‘Birth Tourism’

Bill would block foreign tycoons from obtaining U.S. citizenship through childbirth

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R., Tenn.) introduced a new bill to outlaw birth tourism, a practice popular among wealthy foreigners who obtain American citizenship for their children by giving birth on U.S. soil while on vacation.

Trump: Immigration Ban Will Be in Effect for at Least 60 Days

The White House Holds Daily Briefing On Coronavirus PandemicWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Tuesday his new U.S. immigration ban would last for 60 days and apply to those seeking “green cards” for permanent residency in an effort to protect Americans seeking to regain jobs lost because of the coronavirus.