Donald Trump’s Attorney General Praises End of “Sanctuary” for Immigration Offenders

Lawyer General Jeff Sessions came to Miami on Wednesday to convey a stark cautioning on the perils of “criminal outsiders” and adulated the province’s chairman for being the principal huge city pioneer to desert “haven” insurances and confine neighborhood detainees for government movement officers.

Haven locales give safe harbor to probably the most risky offenders in our nation. That makes a haven city a trafficker, dealer, or a predator’s closest companion,” Sessions said at PortMiami before a group of people of nearby and government law-requirement experts. Continue reading “Donald Trump’s Attorney General Praises End of “Sanctuary” for Immigration Offenders”

Saskatchewan Occupations In-Demand Sub-category Reopened

Up to 1,200 new applications will be accepted by the Canadian province of Saskatchewan under the International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand sub-category. This is part of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). The intake period for this program started on August 9th.

It is to be noted here that this sub-category program is not aligned with the federal Express Entry immigration selection system. Moreover, the applications for this program will be accepted on first-come, first-served basis. Continue reading “Saskatchewan Occupations In-Demand Sub-category Reopened”

Trump Administration Makes Deal on Immigration with Texas Counties

U.S. movement experts marked arrangements on Monday with 18 of Texas’ 254 districts to grow a program that enables guards at nearby sheriffs’ workplaces to coordinate with government experts in migration implementation.

The arrangement marked at a sheriffs’ meeting in rural Dallas comes as both the organization of U.S. Continue reading “Trump Administration Makes Deal on Immigration with Texas Counties”