3/19: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski explains the Supreme Court's ruling that criminal aliens are not shielded from a federal mandatory-detention law if they aren't arrested upon release.
8/2: For those who think that, during the Obama administration, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services was actually checking the backgrounds of all DACA applicants, nothing could be further from the truth.
4/21: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky reports on the convoluted immigration laws that keep criminal aliens in our country.
3/21: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski discusses the immigration cases the Supreme Court will and won't be hearing this year.
One way to stop injustices like the acquittal of Kate Steinle’s killer is for Congress to make violent acts committed by illegal aliens federal crimes.
Criminal aliens have another route to avoid deportation if they have incompetent lawyers during a plea bargain, after a Supreme Court decision handed down last Friday.
There’s an outrageous new phenomenon in the criminal justice system: local prosecutors giving special treatment to illegal (and legal) aliens.
Every crime committed by an illegal alien is one that would not have occurred if that alien wasn’t in the United States in the first place.
Too many Americans are being assaulted, murdered, kidnapped, and otherwise victimized by sanctuary policies that allow dangerous criminals to remain on the streets.
The murder of Kate Steinle in San Francisco by a seven-time felon and five-time deportee has sparked a nationwide debate about sanctuary cities and immigration policy.