Nashville Nonprofits And Churches To Help Illegal Immigrants Heading To Tennessee

A Spokesman For ICE’s Enforcement And Removal Operations Division Has Stated That A Non-Government Organization In Nashville Has Volunteered To Assist With Individuals Who Are Scheduled To Be Transported To Tennessee.

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ICE Spent Almost $132 Million On Tech For Foreign Nationals In U.S. To Self-Report To Immigration Hearings

According To A New Report Published By U.S. Immigration And Customs Enforcement About Its Alternatives To Detention Program (ATD), The Agency Spent $361,218 A Day On Three Kinds Of Technology To Monitor Those It Released Into The U.S., Or $131,844,570 A Year.

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Border Chief In Sworn Testimony: Southern Border ‘Is Currently In A Crisis’

As Part Of Ongoing Litigation Against The Biden Administration, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Continues To Uncover What She Calls “Damning Evidence” About The Consequences Stemming From Biden Administration Policies Changing Federal Immigration Laws.

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Nashville City Council Forbids License Plate Reader Data To Be Used For Immigration Enforcement

Metro City Council In Nashville Voted Tuesday Night To Prevent License Plate Reader Data From Being Used To Enforce Immigration Laws. The Measure Passed In A Vote Of 32-1 With Only Council Member Robert Swope Opposing.

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Federal Court Rules Against Biden Administration On Illegal Immigration Again

A Federal Judge In Texas Has Ruled Against The Biden Administration In A Lawsuit Brought By Texas And Louisiana Over The Administration Releasing “Criminal Illegal Aliens” Into The U.S. Instead Of Deporting Them.

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Republicans Raise Questions About Biden Allies Receiving Multimillion Dollar Government Contracts

Republicans On The U.S. Oversight Committee Have Begun An Inquiry Into Why Multiple Allies Of President Joe Biden Have Received Federal Contracts That Are Now Under Scrutiny.

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Nationwide Court Order Won To Enforce Federal Immigration Law

Immigrants Convicted Of Dangerous Felonies And Have Lost Their Last Appeal To Remain In The U.S. Face The Stronger Possibility Of Deportation After Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost Won An Injunction That Forces The Department Of Homeland Security (DHS) To Enforce The Law.

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Biden Administration Loses In Court To Texas On Immigration, Again

The Biden Administration Has Lost Another Court Battle To Texas Over Immigration, This Time Over Its Decision To End The Remain In Mexico Program, Or The Migrant Protection Protocols.

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New DHS Guidelines State Entering U.S. Illegally Is Not Enough To Be Arrested

New Guidelines Issued By Department Of Homeland Security State That Entering The U.S. Illegally – Violating Immigration Laws Established By Congress – Is No Longer An Arrestable Offense.

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