Congress is considering two bills that would weaken screening procedures for Custom and Border Protection (CBP) officers and agents by waiving the polygraph requirement for certain applicants. Learn more about these bills and join AILA in pushing back on these efforts.
On 5/18/17, the House Judiciary Committee will consider a series of bills that would implement President’s Trump mass deportation plan. Learn how you can join AILA and its partners to push back on this effort.
Resources on the Obama administration’s announcement and DHS final rule to rescind the regulation that provided the framework for the discriminatory National Security Entry-Exit Registration System (NSEERS).
In recent years, increasing amounts of money have been poured into the protection of the border regionthe necessity of these escalating costs is questionable, especially when considering that apprehensions at the border are at their lowest in 40 years.
Currently there are an estimated 8 million undocumented workers in the country—if these undocumented workers suddenly leave the workforce, our country would face significant, possibly devastating, economic consequences.
AILA Doc. No. 12032176
In this Op-Ed published in The Hill, Greg Chen, AILA's Director of Government Relations explains why President Trump's massive enforcement plan is unnecessary and ineffective, and why real solutions to America's immigration system are needed.