Britany Riley // 7/16/17 //
An immigrant crime wave probably doesn’t exist, writes Alex Nowrasteh at the Cato Institute.
ICE’s internal deportation policies may be harsher than either President Trump’s executive order or DHS’s public guidelines (ProPublica).
President Trump has started to dismantle an Obama-era visa program that would allow more foreigners to start businesses in the U.S., writes Joe Mullin for Ars Technica.
Senior officials at DHS are floating a proposal that would require foreign students to reapply for permission to stay in the United States every year (WaPo).
The State Department announced Wednesday that the United States has hit its cap of 50,000 refugee admissions for the fiscal year (LA Times).
President Trump and his aides are quietly working with two conservative senators to dramatically limit legal immigration by 2027 (Politico).
House Republicans are including $1.6 billion to construct President Trump’s border wall as part of the Homeland Security spending bill for the fiscal year 2018 (WSJ).
The Trump Administration has reversed course and decided to allow into the United States a group of Afghan girls hoping to participate in an international robotics competition next week (Politico).