Why the Southern Border is “The New Ellis Island” New report showcases a new way to look at the border, from the perspectives of border leaders — local law enforcement, academics, faith leaders and local government officials (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – On Wednesday, May 8 a group of border stakeholders released their report, “The New Ellis [...]
Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013
BNHR Border Policy Solutions for CIR 2013
New data released this week is good news for those who want to move forward on citizenship for 11 million undocumented Americans. Latino voters reject the idea of waiting for politicians to declare that the border is secure before moving forward on reform. Asked by Latino Decisions if they would prefer a plan for a [...]
(EL PASO, Texas) – Today a bi-partisan group of 8 U.S. Senators released a set of principles to shape, pass and implement long overdue comprehensive immigration reform. The principles, drafted by Sens. Schumer, McCain, Durbin, Graham, Menendez, Rubio, Bennet, and Flake, represent a mixed bag of immigration policies, with some representing rational, humane and overdue [...]
Border Network engages with law enforcement agencies like U.S. Customs and Border Protection and others, to find common solutions for sensible, accountable border security policy.
Maybe Rick Perry didn’t get the message. The border is secure. The most secure it’s been in years. It’s also been completely militarized already. Border residents widely report feeling safe in their neighborhoods. Oh, and enforcement-only policies are failing around the world and creating a humanitarian crisis. But none of that stopped presidential candidate [...]