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What a tangled web the many U.S. Immigration Acts throughout the years it’s wove itself into.



For many years, the U.S. Immigration Service and the U.S. Border Patrol was responsible for the control of legal as well as illegal immigrants entering and remaining in this nation. The system was far from perfect yet law enforcement was very effective prior to political intervention. In 1972 the total number of agents on the Mexican and Canadian border was less than 2,000.
 
History of Illegal Immigration in U.S.A Brief History of Illegal Immigration in the United StatesWe should honor every legal immigrant here, working hard to become a new citizen. But we are also a nation of laws.
President Bill Clinton, State of the Union Address, January 23, 1996
 
In 2012, the number of border patrol agents will be increased to 21,370. Last year border apprehensions of illegal aliens entering the United States totaled 340,000. The major factor that draws people of most nations to enter the United States is employment opportunities and a constant political “welcome mat” from Washington, D.C.
 
Amnesty for anyone that has disregarded the immigration laws has not ceased in over thirty years.
 
The Department of Homeland Security will soon halt the deportation of certain illegal immigrants by granting them “unlawful presence waivers.” The new waivers would apply to illegal aliens who can prove they have a U.S. citizen relative. Currently illegal aliens with relatives in the U.S. must return to their native country and request a waiver of inadmissibility in an existing overseas immigrant visa process.
 
The Department of Homeland Security has established a priority mission to deport criminals and immigrants who pose a threat to national security.Immigration Customs Enforcement Officers will have “prosecutorial discretionor the ability to decide, on a case-by-case basis, whether an illegal alien should be deported. A nationwide training program will assure that enforcement agents and prosecuting attorneys don’t remove illegal immigrants who haven’t been convicted of crimes.Pending deportations would be cancelled and illegal aliens could claim to qualify for special consideration if they have not committed a serious felony in the United States or are a suspected terrorist. Claims can be anything from long periods of residence in the U.S. with numerous relatives to alleging that they would be in danger if returned to their own country.The 1980-1992 El Salvadorian Civil War created thousands of illegal entries along the southwest borders. Some were legitimate refugees but most entered for economic reasons, such as jobs. There were also criminal elements, suspected members of the MS-13, a very violent gang affiliation who also entered the U.S. illegally.The First Amnesty Immigration Reform Act was passed in 1986and opened the “floodgates of illegal immigration and crime upon the nation. There were insufficient law enforcement agents to control the Borders and interior cities for labor sanctions violations or to investigate fraudulent admissions. 2.7 million people were legalized as Special Agricultural Workers.  >>>MORE<<<
 
 

Illegal Immigrant GangsCommit

Most U.S. Crime.

The alarming, but not surprising, information is revealed in a new report published by the Justice Department’s National Gang Intelligence Center (NGIC), an FBI task force created in 2005 to curb the growing threat of violent gangs in the U.S. The NGIC teams up with state and local law enforcement agencies throughout the nation to enforce, study and intercept gangs and has published several reports documenting their activities.
Before the agency’s publication was made public a national newspaper revealed some of its findings. It says that up to 80% of crime in the U.S. is committed by gangs and that gang membership in this country has grown to 1 million, an increase of 200,000 in the last few years.
Additionally, gangs are the “primary retail-level distributors of most illicit drugs” in the U.S. and several are sophisticated enough to compete with major Mexican drug-trafficking cartels. Most of the country’s state and local enforcement agencies have reported gang activity in their jurisdiction and the problem will only get worse, according to the FBI.
In fact, a high-ranking FBI director said gangs have followed the migration paths of illegal alien laborers to avoid big-city police departments that have cracked down on their activities. An example is the notoriously violent Salvadoran gang known as Mara Salvatrucha or MS-13, which has spread throughout the U.S.—to at least 42 states—and continues expanding.

Operation Spider Web‘ snags cocaine, meth and weapons; 15 indicted on related drug trafficking and firearms crimes
Over $1 million in cash seized during investigation

 ATLANTA – Special agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), working in conjunction with other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF), conducted search and arrest actions in Cobb County Thursday and Friday, as part of a large-scale investigation, dubbed “Operation Spider Web,” in which 15 individuals were indicted for alleged drug trafficking and firearms- related crimes.
“Georgia residents can sleep better tonight knowing that an organized criminal ring has been hit,” said Brock Nicholson, acting special agent in charge of the ICE HSI office overseeing Georgia and the Carolinas. “This case demonstrates yet again how law enforcement in Atlanta is committed to working together to disrupt and dismantle criminal networks.”
In May 2009, federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies began investigating a drug trafficking organization operating in the metro-Atlanta area and elsewhere. The organization allegedly coordinated the receipt and distribution of cocaine, methamphetamine, and marijuana throughout Atlanta and elsewhere, using firearms in furtherance of its illegal activities.

Latin American cities are the most dangerous in the world

6 January 2012: Latin America’s cities are the most dangerous in the world, with certain cities – especially Honduran and Mexican ones – leading the list of world cities with most murders. San Pedro Sula, a city of some 720,000 people in northern Honduras is thought to be the most dangerous city in the world with 160 murders per 100,000 inhabitants per annum. The murder rate in Ciudad Juárez, on the Mexican-US, border is estimated at 148. New Orleans, with a murder rate of 58, is the world’s most murderous city outside Latin America.
The Mexican NGO Consejo Ciudadano para la Seguridad Publica y la Justicia (CCSP) recently updated its annual count of murder rates in the world. The rate of murder (homicidio doloso) is expressed as a figure per 100/000 inhabitants (of a city or country) in a year (abbreviated here as hti): i.e. 50/100,000 or 50/hti. Mexican cities apparently improved their count, but as CCSP points out official figures should be taken with caution, as officials in Mexico specifically continue to ‘shave’ figures to show apparent security improvements, in the country’s ongoing war on organised crime.*
Most murderous cities
(Number of murders per 100,000 inhabitants per annum (hti))
Rank
City
Country
Population
Murder rate (2011)
Murder rate (2010)
1
San Pedro SulaHonduras
719,447
158.87
125 (2010)
2
Ciudad JuárezMexico
1,335,890
147,77
229 (2010)
3
MaceióBrazil
1,156,278
135.26
n/a
4
AcapulcoMexico
804,412
127.92
51.4 (2010)
5
Capital districtHonduras
1,126,534
99.69
108 (2010)
6
CaracasVenezuela
3,205,463
98.71
118 (2010)
7
Torreón (metropolitan)Mexico
1,128,152
87.75
68.4 (2010)
8
ChihuahuaMexico
831,693
82.96
113 (2010)
9
DurangoMexico
593,389
79.88
78.3 (2010)
10
BelémBrazil
2,100,319
78.04
n/a
11
CaliColombia
2,207,994
77.90
87.4 (2010)
12
Guatemala CityGuatemala
3,014,060
74.58
106 (2010)
13
CuliacánMexico
871,620
74.46
87.8 (2010)
14
MedellínColombia
2,309,446
70.32
87.4 (2010)
15
MazatlánMexico
445,343
68.94
88.1 (2010)
16
Tepic
(metropolitan)
Mexico
439,362
68.05
79.9 (2010)
17
VitóriaBrazil
1,685,384
67.82
76.1 (2010)
18
VeracruzMexico
697,414
59.94
n/a
19
Ciudad GuayanaVenezuela
940,477
58.91
68.8 (2010)
20
San SalvadorEl Salvador
2,290,790
58.63
82.9 (2010)
21
New OrleansUSA
343,829
57.88
69 (2009)
22
SalvadorBrazil
3,574,804
56.98
n/a
23
CúcutaColombia
597,385
56.08
56.1 (2010)
24
BarquisemetoVenezuela
1,120,718
55.41
n/a
25
San JuanPuerto Rico
427,789
52.60
n/a

Other cities among top 50 with most murders in 2011:
26. Manaus, Brazil, 51.21/hti,
30. Detroit, USA, 48.47
32. Recife, Brazil, 48.23
33. Kingston (metropolitan), Jamaica, 47.02
34. Cape Town, South Africa, 46.15

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