Daily Border Bulletin – Why California’s Bid to Legalize Undocumented Immigrants Works‎, U.S. and Mexico in talks to deport criminal immigrants deep into Mexico, Arizona Militias Gain Momentum After Citizen Border Group Bill is Defeated

A new California law, AB 1544, sets up a state work permit (subject to federal approval) to legalize many unauthorized immigrants in California. Volunteer patrols are determined to take on their own hands the security along  the Arizona’s border with Mexico after plans for a state-sanctioned citizens border organization were struck down in the State Legislature. The United States and Mexico are negotiating  deportation plans of criminal undocumented immigrants deep into Mexico rather than releasing them at Mexican border cities, hoping to stop adding to the criminal chaos south of the border.

Why California’s Bid to Legalize Undocumented Immigrants Works‎ A new California law, AB 1544, sets up a state work permit (subject to federal approval) to legalize many unauthorized immigrants in California.

“Bringing these workers into the legal market will help California’s economy and, consequently, expand the tax base. California’s proposed immigration law will expand the size of the market rather than shrinking it, as immigration laws in Alabama, Arizona, and Georgia have done.”

 Arizona Militias Gain Momentum After Citizen Border Group Bill is Defeated Volunteer patrols are determined to take on their own hands the security along  the Arizona’s border with Mexico after plans for a state-sanctioned citizens border organization were struck down in the State Legislature.

“A regeneration of border-militia movements would contradict an earlier trend reported by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks groups it considers right-wing extremist. The center said earlier this year that the Minuteman border-watch movement that exploded in southern Arizona in the last decade has virtually disappeared. The study concluded the decline was due to its members’ concerns about illegal immigration have been adopted by state lawmakers.”

U.S., Mexico in talks to deport criminal immigrants deep into Mexico to cut down on repeat crossings The United States and Mexico are negotiating  deportation plans of criminal undocumented immigrants deep into Mexico rather than releasing them at Mexican border cities, hoping to stop adding to the criminal chaos south of the border.

“Some possible outcomes are fewer repeat illegal border crossings and fewer deportation flights originating from the United States, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said. Last fiscal year, the government spent $120.9 million deporting 182,655 people by plane.”

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One Response to Daily Border Bulletin – Why California’s Bid to Legalize Undocumented Immigrants Works‎, U.S. and Mexico in talks to deport criminal immigrants deep into Mexico, Arizona Militias Gain Momentum After Citizen Border Group Bill is Defeated

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