US-Immigration.com | American Immigration Center is not owned, affiliated or operated by the US government or any state agency.

Month: September 2016

Haitian men separated from families under tightening immigration rules

A sudden change in the US immigration policy has resulted in the division of several Haitian families. This has separated husbands from wives and fathers from children.  The men are left stranded in Mexico even as their families are being allowed to come to the US. The separation of the families seems to be an …

Haitian men separated from families under tightening immigration rulesRead More »

Families and children still targeted for deportation under Obama

In public, President Barack Obama has insisted that new deportation priorities mean the Department of Homeland Security targets violent criminal immigrants rather than children and families. This rhetoric does not seem to hold up, according to a new review conducted of US deportation records. The information was published by the non-profit news organization, the Marshall …

Families and children still targeted for deportation under ObamaRead More »

Six-day Virginia and Washington ICE operation nabs 51 men

As many as 51 men were recently arrested as part of a ‘targeted immigration enforcement operation’. This was carried out in Washington DC and Virginia over six days by officers from US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, according to an ICE news release, yesterday. The arrests took place between 18 – 23 September, throughout Washington DC …

Six-day Virginia and Washington ICE operation nabs 51 menRead More »

Cuban man arrested over immigration solicitation scam

A Cuban was arrested by federal agents on Friday, following a sting operation carried out in McAllen. Agents from the Office of Professional Responsibility of the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency were in position and ready to place under arrest Eugenio Augustin Munoz-Canellas. This followed completion of the operation, according to the stated federal …

Cuban man arrested over immigration solicitation scamRead More »

Dairy farmers claim not guilty of harboring undocumented immigrants

A husband and wife dairy farmer team has pleaded not guilty to charges of harboring and hiring undocumented immigrants to work on their properties in the counties of Huron and Tuscola. Denis Burke, aged 53, and Madeline Burke, 50, own the Thumb’s Dunganstown Dairy and Parisville Dairy. They entered pleas of not guilty in federal court on …

Dairy farmers claim not guilty of harboring undocumented immigrantsRead More »

Travis County Sheriff concerned over immigration with likely successor

On Saturday, the outgoing Sheriff of Travis County, in Texas, warned that his likely successor’s promise to no longer cooperate with federal immigration authorities in the position was a ‘dangerous’ move. The current Sheriff, Greg Hamilton, expressed serious reservations about the campaign promises from fellow Democrat Senator, Hernandez in an interview onstage at the Texas …

Travis County Sheriff concerned over immigration with likely successorRead More »

The US to increase deportation of Haitian immigrants

In response to an unprecedented wave of immigrants from Haiti looking to get into the US, the Obama administration announced yesterday that it intends to resume the deportation of undocumented immigrants from the island nation. Deportations were suspended by the US in 2010, after areas of Haiti were devastated by an earthquake, as sending immigrants …

The US to increase deportation of Haitian immigrantsRead More »