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After months of complaints from immigrant advocates, the Obama administration promised in August that immigration authorities would start focusing their scarce resources on finding and deporting serious criminals.
Philip Wolgrin is an immigration policy analyst at The Center for American Progress.
More than 130 "criminal aliens" are behind bars after a three-day round up across Northern Virginia, but the arrests by Immigration and Customs Enforcement with help from local police and the U.S. Marshal Service have not stopped the criticism of immigration enforcement or policy.
The controversial project to build an electronic fence along the country's southern border is being terminated.
Immigrants who are in Frederick County illegally will not be welcomed by the new board of commissioners.
A new study finds Prince William County's immigration policy has cut the number of illegal immigrants. And the authors say the rates of some crime have fallen since the policy was implemented.
Tags: Immigration , illegal immigration , University of Virginia , racial profiling , John Steinbach , Mexicans Without Borders , Immigration and Customs Enforcement , ICE , Hank Silverberg , Corey Stewart
The E-Verify program is expanding to include U.S. passports and passport cards for employment verification.
In Arlington County -- where 25 percent of residents are immigrants -- officials are worried the federal Secure Communities program is having a chilling effect on community policing.
The Arlington County Board has officially notified U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Virginia State Police they will be withdrawing from the federal Secure Communities Initiative.