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18 Texas Sheriffs Ink Immigration Enforcement Partnerships

While some Texas sheriffs are making headlines by refusing to cooperate with immigration enforcement officials, 18 sheriffs signed up to increase their efforts by joining the 287(g) immigration enforcement partnership with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The sheriffs are making the announcement on Monday at a formal signing ceremony at the Texas Sheriff’s Association conference in Grapevine.

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Texas Sheriff Vows To Help Trump Deport Criminal Aliens

A Texas sheriff is looking to aid President Donald Trump’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in deporting illegal immigrants through new measures. Tarrant County Sheriff Bill Waybourn announced his department is applying for a federal government-locality agreement known as the

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Jorge Ramos to DREAMers: You Are the ‘Rosa Parks of This Time’

Jorge Ramos told a crowd of nearly 1,000 illegal aliens, DREAMERs and their supporters “I think you the DREAMers are the Rosa Parks of this time.” The crowd was gathered to show support for President Obama’s executive amnesty programs — Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA). Following the speeches, the group marched to the Harris County jail to protest the department’s participation in the federal immigration program, 287(g).

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Pro-Illegal Immigration Group Slams Sheriffs for Attending Border Summit

Sheriffs from all over the United States attended a border summit in McAllen, Texas. Pro-illegal immigration groups like the Center for New Community (CNC) are criticizing sheriffs in the U.S. for attending this and other summits. CNC is keeping track of these seminars by flagging these meetings on a map on their website.

Texas Sheriffs Discuss Criminal Aliens and PEP

Border State Sheriffs React to DOJ Plan to Release up to 2,000 Criminal Illegal Aliens

Border State Sheriffs are responding to a report that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is set to engage in the largest one-time release of federal prisoners. 6,000 inmates will receive early release, 2,000 of which are “foreign citizens” who officials claim “will be quickly deported.” The release is set to occur between October 30th and November 2nd.

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L.A. Votes ICE Enforcement Out of County Jail, Obama System In

Crowds of activists from both sides of the ferocious illegal immigration debate clashed in a war of words directed at the L.A. County Board of Supervisors as the elected officials voted 3-2 Tuesday to kill the 287(g) program that allows U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement (ICE) agents inside county jails in order to review inmates for legal status and potential deportation prior to release.