Illegal Mexican migrants are being deported deep into their homeland under new protocols implemented by the Trump administration and welcomed by the Mexican government, according to reports.

The Department of Homeland Security aims to fly at least 250 migrants into the interior of Mexico on a weekly basis.

“The plan marks a departure from past practice of releasing migrants at the border,” Fox News reports. “The idea would be to make it harder for repeat offenders to try and cross the border again if they are returned hundreds of miles away. Officials say returning people closer to their hometowns is better for them as well, and allows them to receive services from the Mexican government.”

Deportation flights from Tucson, Arizona, to Guadalajara began in December and are expected to increase by the end of January.

“This is another example of the Trump Administration working with the government of Mexico to address the ongoing border security crisis,” said DHS spokeswoman Heather Swift.

“Mexico has been a great partner in stopping illegal migration before they reach our border and in standing up the Migrant Protection Protocol which has allowed us to provide court dates to more than 55,000 individuals.”

Border apprehensions have dropped for seven consecutive months, after reaching a crescendo in May of 2019, when over 144,000 migrants attempted to cross the U.S. border, on record.

Key Trump admin programs, such as ‘Remain in Mexico’ (Migrant Protection Protocols), have contributed to the steep decline in border crossings.



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A female migrant who obtained a U.S. visa under dubious circumstances has pleaded guilty to running a scam in which she helped illegal aliens exploit the same loophole in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, according to reports.

Yuridia Hernandez Linares, 36, pleaded guilty to one count of theft-by-swindle, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced on Friday.

“According to the criminal complaint, Hernandez Linares would cut the individuals with a box cutter, to make it appear there was an armed robbery, and then they would report the incident to police. U Visas — which provide temporary protection from deportation — are considered for victims who cooperate with police or prosecutors,” CBS Minnesota reports.

Linares is believed to have reported three armed robberies which never occurred, including one in which she was supposedly the victim, according to local police.

“Over the past few months, and dating back to 2015, our Department has been investigating three armed robbery incidents reported to have occurred in Eden Prairie,” Eden Prairie Police Chief Greg Weber announced in November. “After making an arrest, Eden Prairie Police turned the investigation over to the Hennepin County Attorney, who filed criminal charges Friday, Nov. 15.”

“With the announcement of these charges, I want the Eden Prairie community to know the armed robberies reported to have taken place along Anderson Lakes Parkway on Oct. 25, 2015, Aug. 20, 2019, and Aug. 30, 2019, did not occur.”

In the supposed robbery on Oct. 25, 2015, Linares and a friend reportedly claimed they had been robbed at knifepoint by two black males.

Approximately five months later, Eden Prairie police received a request to sign off on a U visa for Linares.

“During the investigation, police identified Linares as an associate of the individuals in the Aug. 20 incident, and noted that Linares reported a similar incident in October 2015,” CBS Minnesota reported in November. “Back then, Linares and her friend reported that their purses were stolen and that they had been cut with knives.”

“In March 2016, Eden Prairie police received a letter requesting a U visa for Linares, which the police chief signed. A U visa can be issued to cooperating crime victims, who are undocumented. ”

Linares reportedly charged her accomplices, all illegal aliens, $5,000 to organize the scheme.

She faces a maximum of 10 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $20,000.



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Six men believed to be illegal aliens from Guatemala were arrested under suspicion of trafficking and sexually-assaulting a minor in Wisconsin, according to the Green Lake County Sheriff’s Office.

Police were alerted after a juvenile female called 911 on Nov. 28 and said she had escaped from a residence in Manchester, Wisconsin, “where she was being sex trafficked,” police explained in a statement to local media.

“Police executed a search warrant on Nov. 29 at W2964 County Line Road in Manchester, Wisconsin, where they seized multiple items of evidence believed to be connected to the assault of the juvenile. The warrant also led to the arrest of six people who all lived in the home,” Fox 47 reports.

The suspects, all males ranging in age from 28 to 40, are believed to be illegal aliens from Guatemala.

Evis Amabilio Garcia-Rivera, 31, is also suspected of trafficking the young girl.

Investigators discovered pieces of evidence which are “believed to be connected to the sexual assault of the juvenile.”

The men have not yet been criminally charged, but all are being held on cash bonds ranging from $20,000 to $50,000, police say.

The Green Lake County Sheriff’s Office and Wisconsin Department of Justice’s Division of Criminal Investigations continue to investigate.



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Tufts University has announced it will host a temporary art project during which signs mimicking fire escape plans will be posted in buildings to inform illegal aliens how to flee potential Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids.

The “ICE Escape Signs” will be unique to each building in which they are placed, featuring floor plans and emergency exit routes.

Started by artist Jenny Polak, the project will be featured at Tufts during the coming school year as part of a broader year-long series designed to be displayed outside the art galleries called, “Walls Turned Sideways: Artists Confront the Justice System.”

“Polak will work with the Tufts community to create a series of site-respondent signs throughout campus beginning in the fall as part of her ongoing series – ICE Escape Signs. A decentered public art project, ICE Escape Signs are designed for specific floorplans and draw attention to the fact that people are living in daily fear of being caught in a raid by Immigration and Customs Enforcement,” the Tufts University Art Galleries website explains.

Venues that have already hosted the project include NJIT School of Architecture, Newark, NJ; Tompkins County Public Library, Ithaca, NY; Seven Hills Conference Center, CA; Queens Central Library Gallery, Jamaica, NY; and the Copenhagen Central Library, Denmark, according to Polak’s website.

“She’s been doing this project since the late 90s, where she’s created ICE escape signs,” Chief Curator Dina Deitsch told Tuft’s Daily. “On the visual level, it looks like a fire escape sign, but talks about immigration politics and policies, and it’s just called ‘ICE Escape Signs.’”

“For populations that are not at risk, but then also for communities that are at risk, how do you create an empathetic or sympathetic, forward-thinking space about it?”

Asked for comment by Campus Reform, Tufts University spokesman Patrick Collins said the “exhibits that are highlighted by Tufts University Art Galleries are meant to provoke and encourage thoughtful, constructive dialogue, an important aspect of Tufts’ commitment to promoting civic engagement in the lives of its students and community members.”

“As a university, we recognize the power of art to stimulate conversation about difficult issues of the day. Inclusion of artwork for exhibition does not indicate university support for the views expressed.”



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The Trump administration has announced new asylum policies that would effectively end asylum entitlements for the vast majority of migrants reaching the southern border.

The “Third-Country Asylum Rule” issued in a bulletin by Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) signals a major crackdown on asylum claims along the Mexican border.

The new rule to be published imminently in the Federal Register reads as follows:

“This IFR uses the authority delegated by Congress in section 208(b)(2)(C) of the Immigration and Nationality Act to enhance the integrity of the asylum process by placing further restrictions or limitations on eligibility for aliens who seek asylum in the United States. Specifically, the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security are revising 8 C.F.R. § 208.13(c) and 8 C.F.R. § 1208.13(c) to add a new bar to eligibility for asylum for an alien who enters or attempts to enter the United States across the southern border, but who did not apply for protection from persecution or torture where it was available in at least one third country outside the alien’s country of citizenship, nationality, or last lawful habitual residence through which he or she transited en route to the United States.”

Three key restrictions to the rule are explained as follows:

(1) an alien who demonstrates that he or she applied for protection from persecution or torture in at least one of the countries through which the alien transited en route to the United States, and the alien received a final judgment denying the alien protection in such country;

(2) an alien who demonstrates that he or she satisfies the definition of “victim of a severe form of trafficking in persons” provided in 8 C.F.R. § 214.11; or,

(3) an alien who has transited en route to the United States through only a country or countries that were not parties to the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, the 1967 Protocol, or the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.

Attorney General William Barr has acknowledged the full legality and necessity of the rule.

“This Rule is a lawful exercise of authority provided by Congress to restrict eligibility for asylum,” reads Barr’s statement in the bulletin. “The United States is a generous country but is being completely overwhelmed by the burdens associated with apprehending and processing hundreds of thousands of aliens along the southern border.”

“This Rule will decrease forum shopping by economic migrants and those who seek to exploit our asylum system to obtain entry to the United States—while ensuring that no one is removed from the United States who is more likely than not to be tortured or persecuted on account of a protected ground.”

The southern border continues to be inundated with hundreds of thousands of migrants from all over the world, including a surge from African countries such as the Congo, which is currently in the midst of a historic Ebola outbreak.



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New York lawmakers have approved a bill that would enable illegal aliens to obtain driver’s licenses, despite public polling indicating the decision is not a popular one among constituents.

The New York State Assembly voted 87 to 61 in favor of the legislation, which would be sent to Governor Cuomo’s desk if passed by the state senate.

Gov. Cuomo has reportedly expressed his intention to sign the bill.

Sponsored by Assemblyman Marcos Crespo (D), the “Driver’s License Access and Privacy Act” would permit illegal aliens to present foreign identification documents in order to obtain a driver’s license, and provides exemptions for those who cannot provide a Social Security Number, which is currently mandatory.

The bill also seeks to place “restrictions on the release of records to agencies primarily enforcing immigration law.”

“This legislation addresses the long-held need by undocumented immigrants and workers to secure driving privileges not only to get back and forth to work but to conduct tasks in their personal lives like going to doctor visits and taking their children to school,” the bill’s ‘Justification’ segment explains.

“This legislation allows for the issuance of a driver’s license, protects the data of those applying for such privilege from unwarranted release and moves New York closer to recognizing the huge and positive economic impact undocumented residents have on the economy.”

A summary of the bill explains the following:

“Section three amends subdivision 1 of VTL § 502 to expand the types of proofs of identity that could be submitted with an application for a non-commercial driver’s license that does not meet federal standards for identification to include a valid, unexpired foreign passport issued by the applicant’s country of citizenship (which could also be submitted as proof of age), a valid unexpired consular identification document issued by a consulate from the applicant’s country of citizenship, and a valid foreign driver’s license that includes the applicant’s photo image and which is either unexpired, or is expired for less than 24 months from its date of expiration. Additionally, persons who lack a Social Security number (SSN) could instead submit a signed affidavit that they have not been issued an SSN.”

The New York Association of County Clerks has voiced its opposition to the legislation citing an “expected onslaught” of applicants who would be producing documents with which staffers would be unfamiliar or unable to verify.

County level DMVs have not been required to verify foreign documents in the past as this is currently a federal function, most commonly done during the working visa process,” said association president Judith Hunter in a statement.

A Siena College poll found that 61% of New York voters opposed the bill, according to the Adirondack Daily Enterprise.

NY State Senator Thomas O’Mara (R) slammed the legislation, accusing Gov. Cuomo and fellow Democrats of turning the state into a “haven for lawbreakers.”

“It is a radical, irresponsible, and reckless agenda,” O’Mara said in a statement. “I warned before this new legislative session even started that this state would be turned upside down at breakneck speed. Following outrageous parole releases and other questionable actions in the name of ‘criminal justice,’ the next step is to reward lawbreaking illegal immigrants with a government-issued driver’s license.”

“It puts overall public safety and security at risk, imposes another unfunded mandates on counties, and asks local, law-abiding public servants to break the law.”



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Dan Lyman:



The vast majority of migrant families are skipping their deportation hearings, as the crisis at the southern border reaches epic proportions and a quarter of family claims are proving to be fraudulent.

A stunning 87 percent of purported family units are ignoring court orders to attend hearings to determine the legitimacy of their asylum claims, according to the Washington Times.

“Nathalie R. Asher, the acting chief of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s deportation branch, said those numbers come from a new pilot program in 10 cities where her agency has tried to speed hearings for new migrant families that have shown up at the border this fiscal year,” the Times reports.

“ICE and the Justice Department tested out a last-in, first-out model in the pilot program, hoping to see if faster deportations could stem the flow of migrant families.”

Those who miss their hearings are ordered “deported in absentia,” however, resources to locate them and enforce the law are virtually non-existent.

“Family units are not appearing in great numbers,” Asher told the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Meanwhile, the tide of migrants arriving at the southern border is only growing.

“In the last week, Border Patrol had the highest single-day total of apprehensions in FY19—over 5,200—and the single largest group of 421 illegal aliens,” Customs and Border Patrol announced on Thursday.


Additionally, border authorities have released new data indicating that agents are detaining some 2,400 families daily – while discovering more than 25 percent of family claims are fraudulent, as Infowars reported earlier this week.



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Democrats are serving as public relations agents for criminals south of America’s border, according to Former Acting ICE Director Tom Homan.

Homan was responding to a Fox host reporting that 42 million Latin Americans are watching the southern border to determine the “best time” to infiltrate the U.S.

“Yeah, why wouldn’t they? If there’s no consequence, no deterrence — Look, these criminal organization, the cartels, they’re getting fat with money and the Democrats are helping them,” said Homan.

“They don’t need a PR campaign. They got the Democrats doing it for them.”



Correspondingly, if Democrats get what they want, ICE will have to release 30,000 criminals from detention, Homan added during his Monday talk on Fox and Friends.

“I’ve been saying for almost a year that I don’t think they’re ever going to accomplish the ‘abolish ICE’ that they’ve been saying they’re going to do,” he said. “But I’ve been saying what they’re going to do is bankrupt ICE to make them ineffective.”

“They’ll take their money away so they can’t do their job.”

Homan detailed how Dem’s are exploiting ICE’s caps on detention beds to effectively force the agency to release tens of thousands.

“The number they put on the table, like 32,000 cap beds,” he said. “Understand ICE is currently at 47,000, which means there’re 15,000 over the cap. Now we’re halfway through the year. To get to that 32,000 by the end of year they’re going to have to go 15,000 below 32.”

“So that means if they’re 15,000 above, they have to go 15,000 below — ICE will have to release 30,000 people from custody.”

Furthermore, during President Trump’s state of the Union address, Democrats revealed their priorities to the nation by not applauding Trump when he said he was going to bankrupt the drug cartels and target sex trafficking on the southern border.

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