Illegal Immigrants

New York Times  Jul 22  Comment 
The House is expected to vote this week on a bill that would bar the Department of Justice from giving grants to cities that refuse to comply with federal immigration enforcement officials.
Clusterstock  Jul 10  Comment 
"Who's doing the raping?" Donald Trump asked rhetorically. "Who's doing the raping?" The real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate has gotten a lot of attention recently for his comments disparaging Mexican immigrants. "When...
New York Times  Jun 13  Comment 
The migrants’ account has stoked debate over the hard-line policy on illegal immigrants that helped Prime Minister Tony Abbott win office in 2013 but exposed Australia to pointed criticism by United Nations agencies.
Business Times - Malaysia  Jun 9  Comment 
KUALA LUMPUR: The Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCOM) is currently seeking to deport more than 200,000 illegal immigrants from Sabah especially those at the Eastern Sabah Safety Zone (ESSZONE).
Forbes  May 30  Comment 
In Texas v U.S.,decided last Tuesday, the Fifth Circuit upheld Texas District Judge Andrew Hanen’s injunction against the implementation of the Administration’s effort to rewrite immigration law to legitimate the status of millions of illegal...
Financial Times  May 18  Comment 
Presidential contenders walk tightrope on issue of illegal immigrants
Forbes  May 12  Comment 
Hillary Clinton says illegal immigrants pay more in taxes than major corporations. But does she mean income tax, sales tax, property tax or payroll? Her gerrymandered comparison got 4 Pinnocchios from the Washington Post.
The Hindu Business Line  Apr 6  Comment 
Authorities in Britain have raided several businesses, including Indian and Chinese restaurants, across the country as part of a crackdown on illegal immigrants employed by them. Around 4...
Insurance Journal  Mar 9  Comment 
When a suburban Kansas City couple bought two Clarion hotels, they systematically replaced lawfully employed workers with immigrants not authorized to work in the United States, cutting labor costs by 40 percent. Not only were the illegal workers...
Wall Street Journal  Dec 30  Comment 
Many illegal immigrants have flocked to toil in Dalton, Ga.—the “carpet capital of the world.” Some businesses in this conservative part of the state believe it has helped their bottom line.

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