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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is notoriously tight-lipped when it comes to their internal operations. The agency rarely discloses basic details about where their immigration detention centers are located, how many people are detained, or what the cost is to keep these facilities operational. As one of the Department of Homeland Security’s immigration enforcement arms, […] The post Immigration and Customs Enforcement Regularly Detains Children for Months at a Time appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]
The United States Senate has confirmed Kevin McAleenan to serve as Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. McAleenan has been a member of CBP leadership since 2006, serving as the port director of Los Angeles International Airport and then as acting Assistant Commissioner of CBP’s Office of Field Operations overseeing the agency’s 329 ports […] The post Senate Confirms Kevin McAleenan as Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]
Contrary to much overblown rhetoric, President Trump’s preeminent symbol of immigration enforcement—The Wall—is not a cost-effective way to enhance the security of the U.S.-Mexico border. The direct costs of the border wall are likely much higher than the Trump administration’s estimates; and indirect economic and social benefits which a wall might yield are much smaller […] The post Trump Claims the Wall Will ‘Pay for Itself’ – That Isn’t True appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]
While much of the national immigration conversation has focused on the fate of Dreamers and those with Temporary Protected Status, a little-known protection provided to Liberians is on the brink of expiration. This rarely-applied protection is known as Deferred Enforced Departure, a designation made by the president to provide temporary relief from deportation and work […] The post Long-Residing Liberians Are at Risk of Losing Protection from Deportation by the End of March appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]
Immigration enforcement has become increasingly severe, especially in the past year. Yet news coverage often merely scratches the surface of what people across the country are experiencing. Consequently, one topic that often gets left out of the larger conversation is the deep and lasting impact immigration enforcement has on the education of children. Increasingly, education […] The post How Aggressive Immigration Enforcement Hurts America’s Schools appeared first on Immigration Impact. […]