Category: Immigration

ACLU Leader Outlines Immigration Lawsuit Argument

With armed “citizen groups” starting to patrol the U.S.-Mexico border and angry crowds protesting the arrival of children into their communities, the ongoing “unaccompanied children immigration” crisis is growing worse. Clearly, this is a tragic worst-case example of… Read More

Child-Immigration Crisis Also A Civil Court Crisis

With President Obama asking Congress for a quick $2 billion to address the growing crisis on the U.S.-Mexican border, it is worth noting that the system failure is not just about immigration policy or border enforcement – it’s… Read More

Immigration: Civil Vs. Criminal Approach

With Independence Day media attention focused on the “border children” challenging immigration capacity and policy, some are surprised to discover that immigration is a civil, not criminal, legal action. That means that “illegal” immigrants have not broken a… Read More