President Trump’s immigration ban includes a 90-day suspension of admission of refugees from 11 countries, and a full suspension of the so-called follow-to-join process, which reunites family members with refugees already in the US. However, US District Judge, James Robart of the federal court in Seattle, ruled that the federal government must process refugee applications for people “with a bona fide relationship to a person or entity within the United States.” This ruling was in spite of the Supreme Court’s ruling that Trump’s ban was Constitutional. The lower court challenges were brought by a Jewish pro-immigration group and the ACLU.
A federal judge in Seattle has partially lifted the latest Trump administration ban on refugees.
U.S. District Judge James Robart of the federal court in Seattle on Saturday ruled that the federal government must process refugee applications for people “with a bona fide relationship to a person or entity within the United States.”
The new set of restrictions on refugees include a minimum 90-day suspension of admission of refugees from 11 countries, nine of which are predominantly Muslim, and a suspension of the so-called follow-to-join process, which reunites family members with refugees already in the United States.
The ruling to allow the reuniting of refugees with family members in the United States was in response to two challenges heard in court on Thursday. One of the challenges – Jewish Family Service v. Trump, was brought by HIAS, the Jewish immigration advocacy group, on behalf of its partners,Jewish Family Service of Seattle and Jewish Family Services of Silicon Valley. The second case was ACLU of WA v. Trump.
Mainstream news reported that he had hosted a dinner party the night before the attack to watch mass-shooting videos. Six Saudi nationals were also arrested, including three who were seen filming the shooting.
Kanye West was addressing the homeless crisis on his own 300-acre plot of land, on his own dime, at zero cost to the the government. Yet, the government required him to either get a new set of permits or tear down the structures.
A new study from the University of Washington found that humans are exposed to 44 TIMES higher levels of BPA than is considered safe; BPA is a chemical toxin found in plastics that can cause cancer, infertility, hormone disruption and gender bender interference with male and female chromosomes.
Refugee Resettlement Watch urges everyone to contact the governors of theirs states and then contact county executives or commissioners. Sample letters are provided, but must be modified to make it clear you are against the refugee program.
The cost to American taxpayers is estimated at $79,600 PER REFUGEE in the first 5 years of resettlement. Americans are being forced by their leaders to pay for the destruction of their own economy and their culture. Voters finally may have the right to say no.
The National Health Federation that provided legal counsel for Thyer says the regulatory agencies in the UK and France are controlled by pharmaceutical corporations and are determined to stop the use of GcMAF because it is competition to their products.
Paul Singer’s Elliott Management company has made billions by buying large stakes in American companies, then firing workers, driving up short-term share prices, and then selling out quickly before the companies collapse.
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Orange County, just south of Los Angeles, is a pocket of conservatism in a deep blue state, and local citizens are pushing back against California’s sanctuary state laws that severely limit cooperation with federal immigration officials. The Orange County Sheriff’s Department announced it will publicly post when inmates are released from custody. The information will apply to all inmates although it is intended to assist ICE agents to pick up those with criminal records as they are released.
US Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) statistics show that 20% of prisoners in the US are criminal aliens. The total US prison population is 183,220 inmates, and Mexicans comprise the largest number of illegal alien criminal inmates with 23,532 prisoners, or 12.8% of the US prison population.