November 8, 2018 Presidential Administration
FAIR Salutes Jeff Sessions for His Unwavering Support for Immigration Control, Years of Public Service to the NationOn Wednesday, November 7th, 2018 Jeff Sessions tendered his resignation as Attorney General of the United States. FAIR commends Mr. Sessions for his decades of public service and unwavering support for immigration enforcement and control.
November 1, 2018 Presidential Administration
FAIR Praises President Trump’s Comments on Stopping Caravan, Ending Asylum AbuseIn a press conference addressing the latest migrant caravan, President Trump outlined a plan to prevent people from abusing our humanitarian policies, while protecting the asylum process of those legitimately fleeing political persecution.
October 24, 2018
Congress Must Return to Washington Immediately to Address Migrant CaravanPresident Trump must urge lawmakers to return from the campaign trail and address the glaring loopholes in our asylum and immigration laws that are being used to promote an organized assault on our nation’s border. Ignoring the current crisis to focus on reelection would amount to a complete abrogation of their duty to secure our borders and a huge breach of the public trust.
October 4, 2018
Judge Takes “Temporary” Out of Temporary Protected Status, Eroding Program’s PurposeOnce again, an unelected activist judge stepped in and hamstrung the president’s ability to exercise his lawful authority under immigration laws.The administration should be applauded, not condemned, for recognizing the temporary nature of TPS and for its willingness to stand up for the original intent of the law as passed by Congress.
September 26, 2018
House Rightfully Condemns Illegal Voting But Refuses to Fund Border Wall, Says FAIR(September 26, 2018, Washington, D.C.) — The following statement was issued by Dan Stein, president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), in response to House passage of H.Res. 1071, as well as spending legislation that did not contain border wall funding requested by President Trump.
September 18, 2018
Refugee Cap of 30,000 Makes Sense Given Massive, Ongoing Levels of Humanitarian Relief, Says FAIR“Given the massive backlog of asylum cases, as well as national security and financial concerns, the administration’s announcement that up to 30,000 refugees may be admitted in the next fiscal year is a responsible ceiling based on our actual capacity.” – FAIR President Dan Stein
August 20, 2018
FAIR’s New National Ad Campaign: “For Wages to Rise, Immigration Must Fall”“It is no coincidence that the decades-long stagnation of American wages began with the onset of mass immigration. In 1970, the foreign-born population of the United States was 9.6 million people; today it is 44 million. What we are witnessing is the law of supply and demand at work – and it is clearly not working in favor of American workers.” – Dan Stein
July 26, 2018
FAIR: Yoder Defies Trump Administration, Attempts to Rewrite Immigration Law in Appropriations Bill“Republican-led House Appropriations Committee is more interested in inserting special interest immigration provisions than giving the American people what they were promised. How long can Republican voters be swindled this way?” - Dan Stein
July 18, 2018