Obama Loosens Rules on Corporate Visas

President Obama took another executive action on immigration that further increase the number of guest workers the U.S. admits each year by unilaterally watering down the eligibility requirements for the L-1B nonimmigrant visa program.

Republicans Blast Sanctuary City Policies; ICE Director Wavers

Four Republican members of Congress sent a letter to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson, challenging the Administration for undermining ICE detainers.

Texas Committee Considers Bill to Ban Sanctuary Policies

On April 6, the Texas Senate Veterans Affairs & Military Installations Subcommittee on Border Security will hold a public hearing on S.B. 185 to stop public officials from instituting policies that prohibit their employees from cooperating with federal immigration officials.

New Mexico Fails to Rein in Illegal Alien Driver's License Law

New Mexico's 2015 legislative session ended Saturday, leaving the state's current law that grants illegal aliens with regular driver's licenses in place.

Missouri House Passes Bill to Reserve Scholarships for Legal Residents

The Missouri House passed House Bill 187, which prohibits illegal aliens from receiving post-secondary education benefits in the state, including taxpayer-funded scholarships, grants...

Pennsylvania Senate Passes Bill to Help Rid Fraud in Benefits Programs

The Pennsylvania Senate passed S.B. 9, which would require state agencies to verify an applicant's citizenship or immigration status to confirm applicant eligibility for state public benefits.

Dan Stein Debates Grover Norquist

Federation for American Immigration Reform president Dan Stein and Grover Norquist, founder and president of Americans for Tax Reform debated immigration policy at the Capitol Hill Club on March 26, 2015.

Counterpoint: Immigration debate ignores American public

The United States has been wrestling with immigration reform for the better part of a decade.
The interests of the American people have been largely ignored in the process.

EXPOSED: New York Times' 2000 Editorial Pleaded Against Amnesty

There was a time not too long ago when thought leaders at the New York Times' editorial desk sought to advance principles that protect American workers and the rule of law.

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