In California, an illegal killed two people: the police detained him many times, but refused to transfer to ICE

The homeless man, accused of killing two people and injuring three more in a California church, was previously deported by ICE three times. However, the local police never turned him over to the federal immigration authorities - despite numerous arrests and convictions for violent crimes. More ...

ICE starts installing 'dangerous immigrants' billboards on roads

The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has launched an advertising campaign in Pennsylvania to educate the public about the dangers of a non-cooperative policy. This was reported on the official ICE website. The billboards feature immigration violators who may pose a threat to public safety. ...

36 arrests and 3 attempts of deportation: how an illegal criminal was saved by asylum policy

An illegal Mexican immigrant accused of stabbing a judge in the Denver area was tried three times to deport. He was saved by the politics of cities of refuge, writes The Blaze. The US Immigration and Customs Administration (KUSA) filed three separate requests for content under ...

The court allowed trump to refuse funding for refuge cities

The Federal Court of Appeals ruled on the cities of refuge. The court ruled that the administration of US President Donald Trump may refuse funding to states that refuse to cooperate with the federal immigration authorities. Writes about this Fox News. The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in New York overturned the decision ...

US Attorney General Announces New Large-scale Sanctions Against Asylum Cities

US Attorney General William Barr said the so-called cities of refuge, which protect illegal immigrants, threaten the country's internal security. Barr announced a series of additional sanctions, which he called a "significant escalation" against local governments that impede the "legitimate functioning" of the country's immigration system, he quotes ...

ICE warns: dangerous criminals will be free because of the policy of refuge cities

Illegal immigrants accused of murder, sex crimes, rape, drug trafficking and robbery can be released through North Carolina thanks to the policies of the cities of refuge. Fox News writes about this with reference to a statement by the Immigration and Customs Service ...

Trump's decision to send illegal immigrants to refuge cities will help them stay in the country

The idea by President Donald Trump's administration to send immigrants who have entered the U.S. illegally to cities of refuge may ultimately be beneficial to the immigrants themselves. In these cities it will be easier for them to “put down roots” and stay in the country. Denver Post writes about it. ...

Miami police chief refused to report illegal immigration service

Miami, Florida Police Chief Jorge Colina has opposed a bill to end the city's asylum status. If the bill is passed, Florida law enforcement will be required to cooperate with federal immigration officials. “I would rather not work for the police if I ...

In the United States offered to plant officials who interfere with catching illegal immigrants

On Monday, the Republican proposed legislation providing for a prison sentence of up to five years for officials who warn illegal immigrants about impending raids by the Immigration and Customs Service. This measure was proposed by Republican Steve King from Iowa and named it after the mayor ...

City in California opposes state law on asylum for illegal immigrants

Los Alamitos, Southern California, opposes a state law restricting cooperation between local police and federal immigration authorities and encouraging cities of refuge for illegal immigrants. City officials intend to vote on a resolution that will release Los Alamitos from the status of a “refuge city”, which, according to ...

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