NY Times: In FY 2017, record number of Somalis were deported from US to Somalia

Adding more information to the strange story we reported yesterday about an ICE flight to Africa carrying 92 Somalis destined to go home to Somalia but instead did a U-turn and returned to the US after landing in Senegal. Minnesota immigration lawyer Kim Hunter talked to the NY Times about her Somali clients.  http://www.kimhunterlaw.com/staff/ The NY […]
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US Conference of Catholic Bishops not happy with the President

So what else is new.  The USCCB, as readers know, is one of the nine major federal resettlement contractors*** that is being financially hurt by the slowdown in the refugee flow to Your Town, USA. But, they never tell the public that piece of important information when they wail about federal refugee policy changes. I […]
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Breitbart reporter says Haley was the holdout, she wanted to continue with UN “compact” on refugees

Well this news certainly changes the picture on the news we reported here yesterday. (Just a reminder that this compact was not some longstanding agreement. It was created only in September of 2016 when Obama, walking out the door, put on his little side show on refugees at the UN General Assembly meeting. It has […]
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Wow! Trump withdraws US from UN Compact on migration/refugees

“We will decide how best to control our borders and who will be allowed to enter our country.” (US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley)   The Human Rights Industrial Complex (HRIC) must be going nuts! Thanks for the tip from reader ‘heymister24’ who sent this overnight. ***Update December 4th*** This news changes the picture. […]
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Dramatic drop in number of refugees entering the US in first 2 months of fiscal year

The President now has completed the first two months of what will be his first full year in admitting refugees to the US and we see numbers are dramatically lower.  In fact they are so low that if the present pace continues until the end of the fiscal year, September 30th, less than 20,000 could […]
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