A man accused of running an al-Qaeda terror cell in Iraq was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in Arizona.

The suspect is currently a resident of the Phoenix area, but is being sought by the Republic of Iraq to face “two charges of premeditated murder committed in 2006 in Al-Fallujah” against Iraqi police officers, ICE explained in a press release.

“An Iraqi judge issued a warrant for the arrest of Ali Yousif Ahmed Al-Nouri, 42, on murder charges. The Government of Iraq subsequently requested Ahmed’s extradition from the United States,” the agency reports.

“In accordance with its treaty obligations to Iraq, the United States filed a complaint in Phoenix seeking a warrant for Ahmed’s arrest based on the extradition request. U.S. Magistrate Judge John Z. Boyle issued the warrant January 29, 2020, and Ahmed was arrested the following day.”

The government of Iraq alleges Ahmed helmed a faction of al-Qaeda jihadists who carried out the murders of two Iraqi officers in 2006.

“The details contained in the complaint are allegations and have not yet been proven in court,” ICE makes clear. “If Ahmed’s extradition is certified by the court, the decision of whether to surrender him to Iraq will be made by the U.S. Secretary of State.”

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Arizona and the Criminal Division’s Office of International Affairs would reportedly handle Ahmed’s extradition.



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Some immigration judges are abandoning their posts as the Trump administration tightens asylum policies and pushes for quicker resolutions to a staggering backlog of cases, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Forty-five judges left their benches in immigration courts during fiscal year 2019, a courts spokeswoman told the Times.

“We’ve seen stuff which is unprecedented — people leaving the bench soon after they were appointed,” said immigration judge Afsaneh Ashley Tabaddor, who also heads the National Association of Immigration Judges union.

“Judges are going to other federal agencies and retiring as soon as possible. They just don’t want to deal with it. It’s become unbearable.”

The Times highlights the tale of Philadelphia immigration judge Charles Honeyman, who recently retired ahead of schedule after determing there would be “a lot of cases I’m going to have to deny that I’ll feel sick over.”

Honeyman, who reportedly “vowed not to leave while Donald Trump was president,” eventually threw in the towel amid mounting pressure from the Department of Justice to show less leniency toward migrants.

Honeyman denied just 35 percent of asylum applications, while the national average for immigration courts is closer to 60 percent, according to the Times’ research.

Another departed immigration judge, Ilyce Shugall, now serves as director of the Immigrant Legal Defense Program at the Justice and Diversity Center of the Bar Association of San Francisco.

“There are many of us who just feel we can’t be part of a system that’s just so fundamentally unfair,” Ilyce told the Times, saying she feels the Trump administration is “using the court as a weapon against immigrants.”

However, as some ideologically-conflicted judges vacate their roles, many more are being added.

The number of immigration judges reportedly grew from 289 in 2016, to 442 in 2019.



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Pregnant women hoping to travel to the United States would be scrutinized more closely if the Trump administration implements new policies aimed at curbing birth tourism, according to reports.

Proposed changes to B Nonimmigrant Visa provisions would empower officials responsible for issuing visas to deny such documents to foreign applicants if they are suspected of planning to exploit U.S. automatic citizenship laws.

“This change is intended to address the national security and law enforcement risks associated with birth tourism, including criminal activity associated with the birth tourism industry,” a State Department official reportedly told Axios.

The new rule could be put into effect as soon as this week.

“The Department is amending its regulation on temporary visitors in the B nonimmigrant visa classification to provide that a temporary visit for pleasure does not include birth tourism,” an abstract printed in the Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions explains.

The Center For Immigration Studies estimates there could be as many as 33,000 annual ‘tourist births’ in the U.S.

“Rome wasn’t built in a day,” another federal official told Axios. “Just the legal recognition that this is improper and wrong and not allowed is a significant step forward.”

A Chinese woman recently pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges stemming from her operation of a ‘birth tourism’ business in California.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) told CNN the indictments were the “first-ever” brought by the U.S. government against a birth tourism enterprise and its customers.



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Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has released border apprehension figures that reveal a drop of over 70 percent since the migrant crisis reached a crescendo in May.

The agency carried out 42,649 apprehensions in November, in sharp contrast to 144,116 just six months ago.

Total apprehensions of inadmissible foreign nationals have fallen every month since May.


Additionally, the number of family units entering from Central America has been reduced by over 85 percent in the same time period.

“Do not put your lives in the hands of smugglers. They are lying to you,” acting CBP chief Mark Morgan said in a press conference held to discuss the latest enforcement numbers.

“The era of catch and release is done. Coming to this country with a child is no longer going to be a passport in the United States. That is done.”

Morgan praised the Trump administration for its role in stemming the flow of illegal aliens into the U.S., along with cooperation from the governments of Mexico and Northern Triangle countries (Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador).

“I think where the credit really belongs is with this president and this administration because of the focus and initiatives that organizations like CBP and our partner agencies have implemented, and has caused those numbers to go down,” Morgan told Fox News host Brian Kilmeade.


“Mexico has stepped up in unprecedented ways, as well as the Northern Triangle countries, to collectively — with the United States — see this as a regional crisis,” Morgan said.

“Mexico has absolutely stepped up their interior enforcement operations and their southern border operations, and they are helping us with other programs like MPP [Migrant Protection Protocols], as well. It absolutely is working.”



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The Trump administration is expanding a program designed to return migrants to Mexico while they await asylum proceedings, according to reports.

Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), otherwise referred to as ‘Remain-In-Mexico,’ will be implemented at additional hotspots along the southern border, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials have revealed.

The program will be rolled in the Tucson and Del Rio sectors, which have seen an increase in illegal crossings and human trafficking after other sectors, such as Laredo and El Paso, put the protocols in place.

“Officials estimate DHS will send at least one busload each day from U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Tucson sector to the Texas border city of El Paso, according to the officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the internal plans,” the Washington Post reports.

“Migrants will have interviews to determine if they would be at risk in Mexico, and if not, will be sent to Ciudad Juárez to await their U.S. immigration court hearings.”

Additionally, the Del Rio sector will see the program implemented in similar fashion.

“We’re strengthening our MPP program in Tucson sector and Del Rio sector because what we’ve seen as we’ve tracked these flows is they’re going in these sectors where MPP is maybe not as strong as it could be,” Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf told Fox News.

“So we’re continuing to reassess that and putting in and strengthening those measures, and we’ll see them move elsewhere but that’s part of what Border Patrol does, what CBP does and what DHS does.”

Officials credit MPP, along with increased cooperation by the Mexico government, with a massive drop in border crossings since the crisis reached a crescendo in May.

Overall border apprehensions are reportedly down some 70 percent since May, along with an 88 percent decrease in family crossings.



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U.S. colleges and universities saw foreign student enrollment drop for the third year in a row, according to a new report.

Findings of annual research conducted by the Institute of International Education were released on Monday, indicating that enrollment of international students for the fall 2018 semester was down 1 percent compared to the prior year, following drops of 7 percent and 3 percent in 2017 and 2016, respectively.

Some schools have reportedly blamed the Trump administration and political climate in the U.S., according to the Associated Press.

However, the State Department says the slip is tied to applications filed during the Obama administration, and that rising costs are primarily to blame.

“What we’ve seen today is a dramatically better picture compared to last year’s declines,” said Caroline Casagrande, deputy assistant secretary for academic programs at the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, which funds the Open Doors study.

“The Trump administration has dedicated more resources than ever to international student mobility.”

Some 220,000 foreign students were reportedly granted permission to stay longer in the U.S. to acquire post-graduate professional training, up roughly 10 percent from 2017.

“China continued to send more students than any other country, followed by India and South Korea and Saudi Arabia,” the Associated Press reports. “But booming years of growth from China have leveled off. The number of overall Chinese students in the country ticked up by less than 2%, and some campuses have seen major decreases in Chinese enrollment.”

Preliminary findings for 2019 included in the new report indicate that new foreign student enrollment decreased by another 1 percent, and that the total number present in the U.S. fell by 2 percent.



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County clerks in New York are mounting a revolt against a law which will enable illegal aliens to obtain driver’s licenses.

The “Driver’s License Access and Privacy Act” is set to go into effect on Dec. 14th, but some county clerks say they will refuse to issue licenses to illegal aliens, and may even report applicants to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), according to the New York Times.

“If you come into my facility and you have done something illegal, it is my obligation to report you to the appropriate authorities, whether you’re a citizen or not,” said Allegany County clerk Robert L. Christman.

At least four county clerks have reportedly announced they do not plan to comply with the so-called ‘Green Light Law.’

“Although in most states the Department of Motor Vehicles is administered by state agents, in upstate New York these duties frequently fall on county clerks, many of whom are elected,” the Times reports.

“If they deliver on their threats, the clerks could face repercussions: Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo could remove dissenting clerks from office or yank D.M.V. responsibilities away from their counties, which keep a small percentage of the revenue they collect for handling these services.”

Gov. Cuomo’s office reportedly declined to comment on the matter.

In addition to authorizing the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue driver’s licenses to foreign nationals illegally present in the U.S., the bill also seeks to restrict “what information can be retained and given out on those applying or holding standard drivers’ licenses.”


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An activist charged with harboring illegal aliens has been ordered not to mention President Trump during his retrial, according to reports.

Scott Warren, a volunteer with No More Deaths, faces 20 years in prison if convicted of felony charges stemming from his alleged actions aiding illegal migrants at the Arizona – Mexico border.

“U.S. District Court Judge Raner Collins granted a motion by prosecutors to bar the mention of the president during the second trial of Scott Warren, just before opening statements began,” the Associated Press reports. “His first trial ended with a deadlocked jury last June.”

Judge Collins stressed the importance that the trial should not be tainted by partisan politics.

“There should be no politics in this case. I’m not going to allow it,” Judge Collins said.

Warren’s attorney, Greg Kuykendall, claims President Trump is to blame for his client’s prosecution, and says the president should be named, “as frequently and repeatedly as anyone wants.”

Prosecutors argued in a motion filed last month that mentioning the Trump administration “would be irrelevant and could unfairly influence the jury.”

Warren’s lawyers have previously argued his apprehension was a retaliatory move in response to a report published by No More Deaths denouncing Border Patrol for destroying water provisions left out for migrants by the group’s volunteers.


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Quebec Premier François Legault is demanding more control over “immigration, language, and tax collection” in his province, and “pushing hard for more power on an agenda of cultural preservation for Quebec’s francophone majority,” according to The Globe and Mail.

Legault, a “former separatist” and “unabashed nationalist,” also recently ordered federal officials to refrain “forever” from interfering in court cases involving Quebec’s ban on wearing ‘religious symbols’ in select public sector positions.

“Quebec is a distinct nation, free to make its own choices in areas linked to its existence,” Legault said. “I want the federal parties to commit to respecting Quebec’s choices in these areas, which are fundamental for our nation.”

Legault is reportedly working to empower his province to administer language and values testing to potential immigrants, and also assume more control over chain migration and the resettlement of ‘refugees.’

“Mr. Legault would like to impose Quebec’s language laws making French the workplace language on federally chartered companies such as big banks,” The Globe and Mail reports.

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer says he is ready to collaborate with Legault on his proposals.

“I’m prepared to work with Mr. Legault to make sure Quebec has more autonomy in immigration,” Scheer said.



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An apprehension by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents was derailed by residents of a Nashville, Tennessee, neighborhood who formed a human chain around a suspected illegal alien and his son in their driveway after a lengthy standoff.

Metro Police say they were contacted after ICE agents attempted to arrest a man who refused to exit his vehicle, eventually locking himself in a van with his 12-year-old son.

“ICE agents did not have a criminal warrant, instead they came with a civil warrant (or detainer) signed by an administrator, not a judge,” Fox17 News reports. “Because this was a civil matter, ICE agents are not able to enter someone’s home or vehicle and citizens are not committing a crime by interfering.”

When neighbors caught wind of the unfolding situation, they reportedly surrounded the vehicle and began providing supplies to its occupants.

“We made sure they had water, they had food, we put gas back in the vehicle when they were getting low just to make sure they were okay,” Felishadae Young told News Channel 5.

After a standoff lasting approximately four hours, ICE agents left the scene and residents formed a human chain in order to shield the man and his son so they could enter the house (24:30 mark of video below.)

ICE released a statement following the incident –

“No at-large ICE arrests happened today in Nashville. That said, in general, ICE conducts targeted enforcement of federal immigration law on a daily basis in accordance with our routine, ongoing operations.”

“ICE continues to focus its enforcement efforts on criminal offenders as nearly 90 percent of persons arrested for violation of federal immigration law during the past year also had either a prior criminal conviction or a pending criminal charge. ICE does not conduct any type of random or indiscriminate enforcement that would encounter persons indiscriminately.”



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