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Abigail Hauslohner reports : “The Afghans here are heroic and ambitious, say the military commanders and officials who run the camp, many of whom are themselves veterans of the war in Afghanistan,” External link

forbes Wednesday, December 15, 2021 8:22:00 AM EAT

Abigail Hauslohner reports ( about Mark Morgan ) : “Acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan said Tuesday that U.S. officials apprehended or deemed ‘inadmissible’ 36,679 migrants in January, a drop of 10 percent from December. But he said the number of Mexican adults taken into custody has climbed 32 percent from this time last year, a shift he attributed to smugglers ‘scrambling to come up with new tactics’ as overall migration numbers have fallen” External link

WashingtonPost Wednesday, February 12, 2020 9:20:00 PM EAT

Abigail Hauslohner reports : “They did not say how many individuals they were targeting in the operations, nor what proportion of those taken into custody were what ICE calls ‘collateral’ arrests — those who were swept up along with those ICE was seeking. ICE acting director Matthew Albence said at a news conference in Jackson, Miss., that some of those arrested will be prosecuted for crimes, others will be swiftly deported, and some will be released pending immigration court hearings. Albence said the raids were part of normal ICE operations that seek to enforce U.S. immigration laws. … ‘The arrests today were the result of a year-long criminal investigation, and the arrests and warrants executed today were just another step in that investigation,’ Albence said Wednesday. … Officials said the Mississippi operation, which they said involved the mobilization of nearly 650 federal agents from across the country, was the result of a long-standing investigation that had no ties to current events. Albence said the shooting in El Paso was ‘horrific,’ but he said the raid operation had been planned long beforehand, ‘and we intended to carry it out.’ A reporter at the news conference pointed out that the poultry farms seemed likely to have been employing illegal labor for years and asked: ‘Why now? . . . Do you feel like you’re being directed by President Trump to do this?’” External link

WashingtonPost Thursday, August 8, 2019 5:27:00 PM EAT

Abigail Hauslohner reports ( about Paul Manafort ) : “The strategy, which will apply only to applications for permanent residency — also known as green cards — or U.S. citizenship, probably will be a welcome respite to immigrant communities in cities such as St. Paul, Minn., where some applicants wait up to two years to become citizens. Immigrants in other places could see the process lengthen. It is unclear if the plan will have an impact on the staggering application backlog that has grown during the Trump administration and has drawn a growing tide of bipartisan criticism from immigration advocates, business leaders and lawmakers. About 25 percent of the 5.6 million immigration cases in the backlog are those with pending green card or naturalization applications” External link

WashingtonPost Tuesday, June 18, 2019 5:25:00 PM EAT

Abigail Hauslohner reports : “The administration wants doctors, nurses, engineers and computer programmers; ‘individuals who provide a cure for cancer or build that first subdivision on Mars,’ the official said. It wants the next Nelson Mandela. … Immigrant hopefuls would be deemed eligible and competitive based on the points they accrue through a set of criteria, including educational specialty or degree, age, English proficiency and high-salaried job offer. They would need to show that they ‘like our way of life,’ a senior official said, and that they are capable of ‘patriotic assimilation.’ They could demonstrate that quality by passing a civics test much like the kind someone might encounter at a U.S. college. … Critics say a point-based system is impractical and runs counter to the basic laws of economics. ‘My read on this now is that this type of proposed system would recruit skilled engineers, but not skilled farmworkers,’ said Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum, an immigration advocacy group. ‘The fact is, our economy needs both.’ Another expert … said the new system would rank people based on how talented they are as opposed to the current system, which has employers requesting individual people from other countries and explaining specifically why they need them. … Administration officials didn’t address how the points breakdown would work or whether there would be a minimum number of points that would make people eligible for visas” External link

WashingtonPost Thursday, May 16, 2019 10:46:00 PM EAT

Abigail Hauslohner reports : “The administration wants doctors, nurses, engineers and computer programmers; ‘individuals who provide a cure for cancer or build that first subdivision on Mars,’ the official said. It wants the next Nelson Mandela. … Immigrant hopefuls would be deemed eligible and competitive based on the points they accrue through a set of criteria, including educational specialty or degree, age, English proficiency and high-salaried job offer. They would need to show that they ‘like our way of life,’ a senior official said, and that they are capable of ‘patriotic assimilation.’ They could demonstrate that quality by passing a civics test much like the kind someone might encounter at a U.S. college. … Critics say a point-based system is impractical and runs counter to the basic laws of economics. ‘My read on this now is that this type of proposed system would recruit skilled engineers, but not skilled farmworkers,’ said Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum, an immigration advocacy group. ‘The fact is, our economy needs both.’ Another expert … said the new system would rank people based on how talented they are as opposed to the current system, which has employers requesting individual people from other countries and explaining specifically why they need them. … Administration officials didn’t address how the points breakdown would work or whether there would be a minimum number of points that would make people eligible for visas” External link

WashingtonPost Thursday, May 16, 2019 6:39:00 PM EAT



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Abigail Hauslohner reports : “The Afghans here are heroic and ambitious, say the military commanders and officials who run the camp, many of whom are themselves veterans of the war in Afghanistan,” External link

forbes Wednesday, December 15, 2021 8:22:00 AM EAT

Abigail Hauslohner reports ( about Mark Morgan ) : “Acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan said Tuesday that U.S. officials apprehended or deemed ‘inadmissible’ 36,679 migrants in January, a drop of 10 percent from December. But he said the number of Mexican adults taken into custody has climbed 32 percent from this time last year, a shift he attributed to smugglers ‘scrambling to come up with new tactics’ as overall migration numbers have fallen” External link

WashingtonPost Wednesday, February 12, 2020 9:20:00 PM EAT

Abigail Hauslohner reports : “They did not say how many individuals they were targeting in the operations, nor what proportion of those taken into custody were what ICE calls ‘collateral’ arrests — those who were swept up along with those ICE was seeking. ICE acting director Matthew Albence said at a news conference in Jackson, Miss., that some of those arrested will be prosecuted for crimes, others will be swiftly deported, and some will be released pending immigration court hearings. Albence said the raids were part of normal ICE operations that seek to enforce U.S. immigration laws. … ‘The arrests today were the result of a year-long criminal investigation, and the arrests and warrants executed today were just another step in that investigation,’ Albence said Wednesday. … Officials said the Mississippi operation, which they said involved the mobilization of nearly 650 federal agents from across the country, was the result of a long-standing investigation that had no ties to current events. Albence said the shooting in El Paso was ‘horrific,’ but he said the raid operation had been planned long beforehand, ‘and we intended to carry it out.’ A reporter at the news conference pointed out that the poultry farms seemed likely to have been employing illegal labor for years and asked: ‘Why now? . . . Do you feel like you’re being directed by President Trump to do this?’” External link

WashingtonPost Thursday, August 8, 2019 5:27:00 PM EAT

Abigail Hauslohner reports ( about Paul Manafort ) : “The strategy, which will apply only to applications for permanent residency — also known as green cards — or U.S. citizenship, probably will be a welcome respite to immigrant communities in cities such as St. Paul, Minn., where some applicants wait up to two years to become citizens. Immigrants in other places could see the process lengthen. It is unclear if the plan will have an impact on the staggering application backlog that has grown during the Trump administration and has drawn a growing tide of bipartisan criticism from immigration advocates, business leaders and lawmakers. About 25 percent of the 5.6 million immigration cases in the backlog are those with pending green card or naturalization applications” External link

WashingtonPost Tuesday, June 18, 2019 5:25:00 PM EAT

Abigail Hauslohner reports : “The administration wants doctors, nurses, engineers and computer programmers; ‘individuals who provide a cure for cancer or build that first subdivision on Mars,’ the official said. It wants the next Nelson Mandela. … Immigrant hopefuls would be deemed eligible and competitive based on the points they accrue through a set of criteria, including educational specialty or degree, age, English proficiency and high-salaried job offer. They would need to show that they ‘like our way of life,’ a senior official said, and that they are capable of ‘patriotic assimilation.’ They could demonstrate that quality by passing a civics test much like the kind someone might encounter at a U.S. college. … Critics say a point-based system is impractical and runs counter to the basic laws of economics. ‘My read on this now is that this type of proposed system would recruit skilled engineers, but not skilled farmworkers,’ said Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum, an immigration advocacy group. ‘The fact is, our economy needs both.’ Another expert … said the new system would rank people based on how talented they are as opposed to the current system, which has employers requesting individual people from other countries and explaining specifically why they need them. … Administration officials didn’t address how the points breakdown would work or whether there would be a minimum number of points that would make people eligible for visas” External link

WashingtonPost Thursday, May 16, 2019 10:46:00 PM EAT

Abigail Hauslohner reports : “The administration wants doctors, nurses, engineers and computer programmers; ‘individuals who provide a cure for cancer or build that first subdivision on Mars,’ the official said. It wants the next Nelson Mandela. … Immigrant hopefuls would be deemed eligible and competitive based on the points they accrue through a set of criteria, including educational specialty or degree, age, English proficiency and high-salaried job offer. They would need to show that they ‘like our way of life,’ a senior official said, and that they are capable of ‘patriotic assimilation.’ They could demonstrate that quality by passing a civics test much like the kind someone might encounter at a U.S. college. … Critics say a point-based system is impractical and runs counter to the basic laws of economics. ‘My read on this now is that this type of proposed system would recruit skilled engineers, but not skilled farmworkers,’ said Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum, an immigration advocacy group. ‘The fact is, our economy needs both.’ Another expert … said the new system would rank people based on how talented they are as opposed to the current system, which has employers requesting individual people from other countries and explaining specifically why they need them. … Administration officials didn’t address how the points breakdown would work or whether there would be a minimum number of points that would make people eligible for visas” External link

WashingtonPost Thursday, May 16, 2019 6:39:00 PM EAT



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