4 Mexican nationals extradited to US for international sex trafficking offenses

NEW YORK—Following an investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) in New York, four individuals have been extradited from Mexico to the United States to face sex trafficking charges.  Efrain Granados-Corona, aka “Chavito,” aka “Cepillo,” Emilio Rojas-Romero, Alan Romero-Granados, aka “El Flaco,” and Pedro Rojas-Romero, are charged together with Raul Romero-Granados, aka “Chicarcas,” aka “El Negro,” Isaac Lomeli-Rivera,” aka “Giro,” Julio Sainz-Flores, aka “Rogelio,” and Juan Romero-Granados, aka “Chegoya,” aka “El Guero,” with sex trafficking offenses in a 23-count Superseding Indictment (the “Indictment”) in the…

Soros-backed group offers app to help illegal aliens avoid deportation

What if an enterprising organization developed a smartphone app that would allow an individual to warn other drunk drivers in the area about that DUI checkpoint? There is not an app for that yet, but there is a new tool which helps illegal aliens avoid contact with Immigration and Customs Enforcements (ICE) agents. The open borders non-profit, United We Dream is responsible for Notifica, which boasts that it as the “first app to prepare you and your family against deportation.” But behind the 40,000-member “immigrant rights” group is the National…

ICE Call-In Letters: Something Old is Made "New" Again

According to The Intercept, advocates in New York are up in arms about a “new” ICE tactic of sending call-in letters to removable aliens (many of them criminals whom the New York Police and Corrections Departments declined to hold for ICE when detainers were filed after arrest fingerprints were matched against Homeland Security biometric data). Patrick McHugh May 4, 2018 – 1:49pm Dan Cadman Source link

Department of Justice Sends Additional Immigration Judges to the Border

The Department of Justice (DOJ) issued a press release this week announcing that the department would be utilizing “18 current supervisory immigration judges to adjudicate cases in immigration courts near the southwest border” in response to the border crisis. As that press release stated: The supervisory immigration judges will hear cases in-person and use video teleconferencing (VTC) to handle cases at immigration courts and represent a roughly 50 percent increase in the current number of immigration judges . Those judges will be hearing cases at 10 immigration courts: Eloy (Ariz.); Florence…

Legal Immigrants vs. Illegal Immigrants: Cutting the Line

New citizens stand during the Pledge of Allegiance at a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) naturalization ceremony at the New York Historical Society Museum and Library in Manhattan, April 10, 2017. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters) Which group should take precedence? America’s most forgotten men and women may be the legal immigrants who acquire their visas, scale no barriers, and patiently await their green cards and citizenship ceremonies. Amid the raging DACA debates, the fugitive-city outrages, and this week’s Honduran-caravan epic at the San Diego–Tijuana border, these overlooked individuals ring America’s doorbell…