Former Southern California Edison employees are suing the Obama administration over its H-4 visa rule that grants work permits to certain spouses of H-1B visa holders. They say the action negatively impacts the SCE workers because not only does it benefit their direct H-1B visa competitors but it also increases the labor pool with new H-4 visa holders.
The number of deportations from the U.S. have declined 25 percent in the first half of this fiscal year compared to the same time last year, according to a new report.
Customs and Border Protection has a contingency plan in its 2016 budget request to spend up to $134.5 million “to provide the necessary support activities” in the event of a future influx of unaccompanied illegal immigrant youths.
During a Thursday panel hearing on President Obama’s new program to fly Central Americans to the U.S. as refugees and aslyees, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) pressed administration officials on new guidance dealing with who qualifies for protection.
The Obama administration has created a new immigration path to the U.S. without Congressional approval, Sen. Jeff Sessions says. “I just want to say, Congress rejected this. So the President is executing it on his own,” Sessions said.
The Senate confirmed President Obama’s nominee for attorney general Loretta Lynch in a vote of 56-43, Thursday afternoon.
As the foreign-born population increased in the U.S. from 1970 to 2013, the lower 90 percent of income earners saw their wages decline, a new memo from the Congressional Research Service reveals.
Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s nominee for attorney general, cleared a procedural vote Thursday, setting up a vote on final confirmation later in the day.
More than 350,000 refugees in the United States are on food stamps, according the Congressional Research Service (CRS).
The immigrant population in the United States will hit its highest percentage ever in the next eight years, according to an analysis of U.S. Census data released Wednesday by the Center for Immigration Studies.
The Senate is slated to consider President Obama’s nominee for attorney general Loretta Lynch this week. The vote could end up being one of the closest attorney general confirmation votes in recent years.
A Senate panel will look into a new Obama administration program to fly the Central American children of lawfully present parents— including amnestied illegal immigrants — to the United States.
“Clearly, the president’s actions to unilaterally rewrite our immigration laws are not adequately keeping known criminals out of our country and failing to protect the safety of North Carolinians,” Rep. Richard Hudson says.
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Director Michele Leonhart is expected to resign soon, according to media reports.
The Obama administration is admitting it granted executive amnesty protections to a known gang member — one charged with four counts of murder — and is now reviewing prior approvals to double check that other gang members have not also been approved for deferred status.
Loretta Lynch is expected to be confirmed by a tight margin with much of the Republican caucus voting against her. Many have pointed to her support for executive amnesty as their reason for doing so.
Turns out it is not a good idea to steal the identity of a Border Patrol agent — especially if you are an illegal immigrant trying to use that identity to lie to Border Patrol officers.
President Obama’s nominee for attorney general Loretta Lynch is likely to receive a vote in the coming days, Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) predicts.
A Department of Homeland Security Inspector General report released this month reveals that while U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Air Operations (ICE Air) met its responsibilities in transporting 930,435 immigrant detainees in a three and a half year timeframe, it failed to document enough data on the detainees or fill seats effectively.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals is considering arguments dealing with the injunction a federal district judge placed on President Obama’s executive amnesty. Following oral arguments, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton expressed confidence in the state’s arguments.
Disgruntled, largely fast food, workers — spurred by labor organizations such as the Service Employees International Union — staged a rally this week calling for a $15-an-hour minimum wage. They insist the current economy is unfair to low-wage workers. But the real problem is immigration, both legal and illegal.
She won't drink to this. The latest effort in the Republican National Committee’s “Stop Hillary” effort wrapped up beers at Nationals Park in D.C.
President Obama’s nominee for attorney general Loretta Lynch would not commit to investigate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email account and server during her tenure at the State Department.
An American worker is suing his former employer for allegedly discriminating against “individuals who are not South Asian, including discrimination in hiring, placement, and termination decisions.”
A group of 22 Republican lawmakers want an audit of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the agency responsible for adjudicating immigration applications and carrying out much of President Obama’s executive amnesty.